joho

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See also: jōho, johō, and jōhō

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Swahili joho.

Noun[edit]

joho

  1. A woolen robe worn by Arabs.

Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From jo, formed similarly to nehej (< nej).

Pronunciation[edit]

Interjection[edit]

joho

  1. (childish) Expression of vehement insistence.
    • 2011, Helle Helle, Dette burde skrives i nutid, Rosinante & Co (ISBN 9788763820721)
      Pølsefingre, sagde jeg og viftede med dem. – Nehej. – Joho.
      Thick fingers, I said and waved them. - Nuhuh. - Yuhuh.
    • 2016, Ninni Schulman, Vores egen lille hemmelighed, Art People (ISBN 9788771598360)
      “Jeg elsker dig endnu mere,” sagde han stille. “Det kan man slet ikke,” sagde hun og aede hans varme skulder. (...) “Joho.” “Nahaj.” Det gjorde ondt, når hun lo, ...
      “I love you even more,” he said quietly. “One simply cannot do that,” she said and stroked his warm shoulder. (...) “Yuhuh.” “Nuhuh.” It hurt when she laughed, ...
    • 2012, Johan Theorin, Sankt Psyko: spændingsroman, Politikens Forlag (ISBN 9788740003598), page 232
      “Der var ingen mand her.” “Joho,” siger Mira bestemt. “Jeg så ham, da det var mørkt!”
      “There was no man here.” “Yuhuh,” Mira says firmly. “I saw him when it was dark!”

Antonyms[edit]


Japanese[edit]

Romanization[edit]

joho

  1. Rōmaji transcription of じょほ

Swahili[edit]

Noun[edit]

joho (ma class, plural majoho)

  1. joho