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moo

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verb (used without object), mooed, moo·ing.

to utter the characteristic deep sound of a cow; low.

noun, plural moos.

a mooing sound.

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Origin of moo

First recorded in 1540–50; imitative

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British Dictionary definitions for moo

moo
/ (muː) /

verb

(intr) (of a cow, bull, etc) to make a characteristic deep long sound; low

interjection

an instance or imitation of this sound
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