[poo-poo for 1, 3; poo-poo for 2]

noun Baby Talk.

excrement; feces.

verb (used with or without object)


    make poo-poo, to defecate.

Origin of poo-poo

1970–75; expressive formation; cf. poop4
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Contemporary Examples of poo-poo

Historical Examples of poo-poo

  • "And poo-poo for you," said Murray, thumbing his nose at the apparition.

  • It seemed to be saying very deliberately "poo-poo, poo-poo," and that did not sound respectful.

    A Canyon Voyage

    Frederick S. Dellenbaugh