noun, plural oh's, ohs.
verb (used without object)
Origin of oh
Examples from the Web for ohs
There was a difference between these two "ohs," which Elsie's quick ear detected.In the High Valley|Susan Coolidge
They received it with ohs and ahs, and in due season imparted it to their most intimate friends.Marjorie Dean High School Senior|Pauline Lester
A chorus of “ohs,” and “ahs,” and “dear mammas,” went round the table.The Inglises|Margaret Murray Robertson
But for the most part the greetings of the two parties was made up as Tom said of “Ohs and Ahs.”Ruth Fielding Down East|Alice B. Emerson
In catchwords the present opera is lacking, and in the puns which never failed to draw out the “ohs” of the audience.