verb (used without object), pooed, poo·ing.
Examples from the Web for poo
Then Poo and other leaders began organizing them and won basic protections in many states.
Hot right now: “How come we say poo and pee but not poop and peep?”Five Subreddits You May Have Missed, and Probably Still Should Give a Miss|Kelly Williams Brown|April 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Poo serves on numerous boards, including Momsrising, National Jobs With Justice, and the National Council on Aging.
At after we lost him, these bad times coom on, an' neaw, aw think we're poo'd deawn as nee to th' greawnd as ony body can be.
Iss, poo MD im sorry for poo Pdfr's friends; and this is a very surprising event.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
The two negatives mo and poo, are of great use in the spoken language.
Poo (from) enters as a prefix to words that denote repugnance, or things from which we ought to be averse.The Coming Race|Edward Bulwer Lytton
Snoo and Poo, husband and wife, had suddenly fascinated him in Villiers Street that morning.A Bed of Roses|W. L. George
British Dictionary definitions for poo
interjection, noun, verb
Word Origin and History for poo
also pooh, baby-talk for "excrement," 1950s (cf. poop (n.2)).