haw-haw

[ haw-haw ]
/ ˈhɔˌhɔ /

interjection

(used to represent the sound of a loud, boisterous laugh.)

noun

a guffaw.

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Origin of haw-haw

1825–35; imitative; see ha-ha1

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British Dictionary definitions for haw-haw (1 of 3)

haw-haw1
/ (ˈhɔːˈhɔː) /

interjection

a variant of ha-ha 1

British Dictionary definitions for haw-haw (2 of 3)

haw-haw2
/ (ˈhɔːhɔː) /

noun

a variant of ha-ha 2

British Dictionary definitions for haw-haw (3 of 3)

Haw-Haw
/ (ˈhɔːˌhɔː) /

noun

Lord Haw-Haw See Joyce
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