Definition of phoo in English:

phoo

(also phooo, phooh)

exclamation

  • 1Expressing contemptuous rejection, cursory dismissal (of a proposition, idea, etc.), disagreement, or reproach.

  • 2Expressing discomfort, disgust, weariness, or relief.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in George Villiers (1628–1687), politician and wit. Imitative.

Pronunciation

phoo

/fuː/