verb (used with object), shooed, shoo·ing.
verb (used without object), shooed, shoo·ing.
Origin of shoo
Examples from the Web for shoo
When the rest of us would stand, we could watch parts of the ceremony until security would try to shoo us back to our seats.
As they wor all wed fowk but her an me, it wor agreed 'at shoo should sarve aght th' teah, an' awd to sarve th' mait an stuff.
An' then shoo'l whisper in her ear, 'Ther's nubdy can touch aw'r Simon 'at growin thease, tha sees he understands it.'
If a little thing like that'll suit her, shoo's worthy on it an shoo shall have it.Yorkshire Tales. Third Series|John Hartley
verb shoos, shooing or shooed
Word Origin for shoo
1620s, "to drive away by calling 'shoo,' " from the exclamation (late 15c.), perhaps instinctive, cf. German schu, Italian scioia. Related: Shooed; shooing.