ochone

[uh-khohn]

ohone

or o·chone

[uh-khohn]
interjection Scot. and Irish English.
  1. alas!

Origin of ohone

1470–80; < Scots Gaelic ochan, Irish ochón; cf. och
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British Dictionary definitions for ochone

ochone

interjection
  1. Scot and Irish an expression of sorrow or regret

Word Origin for ochone

from Gaelic ochóin
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