noun, plural 'roos. Australian Informal.
Origin of 'roo
Examples from the Web for roo
Fresh after Camilla and the cuddly Roo in a blanket, here's Chaz and the acrobatic sheep.
And From the Department of British Tabloids This is it for England, "Roo or Die," as the News of the World put it.
Rudha 'n Fhomhair, or Fhamhair (roo noher), The point of the giant.
The "Roo chawa" describes three kinds of strange wer-animals.Human Animals|Frank Hamel
Rudha mhadaidh ruaidh (roo vatter roo-ie), Fox point, or point of the red dog.
Rudha na Cloiche uaine (roo na clor-choo-ownyer), Greenstone point.
British Dictionary definitions for roo
Word Origin and History for roo
Australian colloquial shortening of kangaroo, attested from 1904.