blaow

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Etymology[edit]

Onomatopoeia.

Interjection[edit]

blaow

  1. A sudden explosion, gunshot, or similar sound.
    • 1981, Katie Letcher Lyle, Dark But Full of Diamonds (page 34)
      Turtle and log explode in a gigantic, echoing splash that coincides with the BLAOW! of the gun.
    • 1998, Clyde Edgerton, Where Trouble Sleeps (page 151)
      She took the gun, loaded it, handed it back to Stephen, who got behind a chicken, brought the gun up, aimed, and pulled the trigger, ka-blaow.

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