One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A name used for the eighth note of the scale in the tonic sol-fa system, being an octave higher than doh.
2Scottish and Irish English used figurative (especially in "up to (also at) high doh" and variants) to denote a state of extreme agitation or nervous excitement.
Mid 19th century.
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