Origin of boo

1
First recorded in 1810–20; expressive formation

Definition for boo (2 of 3)

boo

2
[ boo, boh ]
/ bu, boʊ /

noun

Slang. marijuana.

Origin of boo

2
First recorded in 1955–60; of uncertain origin
Also called boo grass.

Definition for boo (3 of 3)

boo

3
[ boo ]
/ bu /

noun Slang.

one's boyfriend or girlfriend.

Origin of boo

3
1985–90; possibly an alteration of French beau boyfriend, admirer
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British Dictionary definitions for boo

boo

/ (buː) /

interjection

an exclamation uttered to startle or surprise someone, esp a child
a shout uttered to express disgust, dissatisfaction, or contempt, esp at a theatrical production, political meeting, etc
would not say boo to a goose is extremely timid or diffident

verb boos, booing or booed

to shout "boo" at (someone or something), esp as an expression of disgust, dissatisfaction, or disapprovalto boo the actors
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