poo
1. noun
a) Excrement; faecal matter.

Who wants another glass of poo?

b) Marijuana resin.
2. verb
Syn: ziix ina quicös

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  • poo — poo·ri; na·poo; poo·dle; poo·na; sham·poo; hoo·poo; poo·kaun; sha·poo; …   English syllables

  • Poo — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Hay varios lugares que se llaman Poo: Poo, una parroquia del concejo asturiano de Cabrales, en España. Poo, una parroquia del concejo asturiano de Llanes. Poo (EarthBound), un personaje hindú de Nintendo. También se… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Poo — or Pooh may refer to:*Feces (excreta) *Fernando Poo, former colonial name of the island of Bioko *Winnie the Pooh, a character in a series of books by A. A. Milne *Poo (EarthBound), a playable character from the Super Nintendo game EarthBound *Po …   Wikipedia

  • Poo — bezeichnet: Poo (Cabrales), eine Parroquia (Kirchengemeinde) in Cabralesin in Spanien Poo (Llanes), eine Parroquia am Jakobsweg in Llanes in Spanien Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • -poo — [po͞o] suffix forming adjectives and nouns with diminutive force, often disparaging: added to adjectives and nouns, esp. those ending in y or ie [cutesy poo, icky poo] * * * …   Universalium

  • -poo — [po͞o] suffix forming adjectives and nouns with diminutive force, often disparaging: added to adjectives and nouns, esp. those ending in y or ie [cutesy poo, icky poo] …   English World dictionary

  • poo — [pu:] n informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: pooh used when you smell a bad smell] 1.) [U and C] solid waste from the ↑bowels American Equivalent: poop 2.) [C usually singular] the act of passing waste from the ↑bowels American Equivalent: poop… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • poo — [ pu ] noun INFORMAL count or uncount solid waste from the body. This word is used especially by and to children. a. singular an act of getting rid of solid waste from your body when you go to the bathroom ╾ poo verb intransitive …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • poo — excrement, 1950s, a children s word …   Etymology dictionary

  • poo — 1. AND poo poo n. fecal material. (See also poop. Mostly juvenile. Usually objectionable.) □ Don’t step in that dog poo! □ There’s poo on your shoe, I think. 2. in. to defecate. (Usually objectionable.) □ That old dog pooed on our lawn …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • poo — UK [puː] / US [pu] noun Word forms poo : singular poo plural poos British informal a) [countable/uncountable] solid waste from the body. This word is used mainly by children or when speaking to children. b) [singular] an act of getting rid of… …   English dictionary

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