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Dictionary of interjections

Here is a list of english interjections (words that have no grammatical meaning, but just signify emotions, such as "Aha" and "Wow") and their meanings.

Like the sounds themselves, most of the interjection can be made stronger by stretching them out, such as "aaaaaah!!!" or "awwwwwww!!". This list mostly describes the shortest canonical representations. Note that some are listed several times with different meanings, and as alternate spellings under other entries.

 

WordAlternate/ SimilarTranslationExampleMeaning
aah! aaah, aaaahh "Help!" "Aaaah! It's eating my leg!" Fright, shock. Sometimes it means "ahh" instead.
aha a-ha "I understand" "Aha! So you took the money!" Understanding, triumph (can also be used as "ahh")
ahem   "Attention, please!" "Ahem! Swearing is against office policy." The sound of clearing one's throat. Used to get someone's attention, especially if they don't know (or apparently forgot) that you're there.
ahh ahhh "Ok, I see" "Ahh, yes, I understand now" Realisation, understanding. Sometimes it means "aaah" or "eh" instead.
argh augh "Damn!" "Argh, the car won't work!" Annoyance, anger, frustration
aww aw, awww "How sweet!" "Aww, what an adorable puppy" Shows sentimental approval (also see next entry)
aww aw, ohh, ahh "That's too bad" "Aww, it hit him right in the nuts!" Feeling sorry or pity for someone
aw oh "Come on!" "Aw, don't be like that!" Mild protest
bah   "Whatever" "Bah, I never liked him anyways." Dismissive, annoyed
boo booh "That's bad" "Boo, get off the stage!" Disapproval, contempt (also something to yell to surprise people)
brr brrrr "It's cold" "Brrr, it's -20C outside" Being cold, shivering
eek eeeek "Help!" "Eeek, a mouse!" Girly scream. Surprised, scared.
eep   "Oh no!" "Eep! I didn't mean to say that!" Surprise (female)
eh? huh? "What?" "Eh? I didn't hear what you said." Misunderstanding. Also see "eh?" below
eh? huh?, eyh? "Is that right?" "So she dumped you, eh?" Stereotypically overused by Canadians
eww ugh, ewww "Disgusting" "Ewww, this apple is rotten" Disgust, dislike
gah   "This is hopeless" "Gah, I give up" Exasperation and despair
grr grrrr "I'm angry" "Grrr, I'll kick his ass" Anger, snarling, growling. Often used for dogs and other animals.
hmm hm, hmmmm "I wonder" "Hmm, I'm not sure about that" Thinking, hesitation.
huh   "Really?" "Huh, you were right" Mild, indifferent surprise
hurrah hooray, huzzah "Let's celebrate!" "Hurrah, we won!" Generic exclaimation of joy
ich yuk "Disgusting" "Blerch, this apple is rotten" Disgust, dislike
meh eh "I don't know" "Meh, whatever you think is best" Indifference
mhm mmhm, uh-hu "Yes" "Do you think so too?" "Mhm" Agreement, acknowledgement.
mm mmm, mmh "Lovely" "Mmm, this ice cream is delicious" Pleasure. Sometimes it means "hmm" instead.
muahaha mwahaha, bwahaha "I'm so evil!" "I switched the sugar and the salt! Muahaha!" Evil villain's triumphant laugh
nah   "No" "Want another beer?" "Nah, I'm good" Informal no
nuh-uh nuh-hu, nuhuh "No, it isn't!"/"Did not!" "I hit you!" "Nuh-uh!" "Yuh-uh!" "Nuh-uh!" Childish negation or refusal
oh   "I see" "Oh, you wanted sugar, not milk." Realisation
ooh-la-la oh-lala "Fancy!" "A seven layer wedding cake? Ooh-la-la!" An often ironic (or just funny) way indicating that something is fancy or high class
ooh oooh "Wonderful!" "Oooh, it's shiny!" Wonder, amazement (ohhh can also mean ahhh)
oomph umph "I'm exerting myself" "Push on 3.. 1, 2, 3.. oomph!" A grunt made on sudden exertion. Also used as a noun to mean "power" or "energy" ("This song needs more oomph!")
oops   "I didn't mean to do that" "Oops, I knocked your cup over" Being surprised at or acknowledging your own mistakes
ow oww, ouch "That hurts" "Oww, I hit my thumb" Pain
oy oi, oyh "Hey, you!" "Oy! You forgot your wallet!" Mainly British: Used to get someone's attention, similar to "hey!". Also used disapprovingly ("Oy, you spilled your drink all over me!").
oy oy vay "Oh no..." "The bills are biling up. Oy..." Mainly Jewish: Used to express self-pity, similar to "woe is me!"
pff pffh, pssh, pfft "That's nothing" "Pff, I once caught a fish twice that size" Unimpressed
phew   "That was close!" "I didn't do my homework, but the teacher didn't check. Phew!" Expressing relief
psst   Whispering "Hey, you!" "Psst. Let's skip the next class!" Used to quietly get someone's attention, often to tell them a secret.
sheesh jeez "I can't believe this!" "Sheesh, now he's drunk again" Exasperation, annoyance (corruption of "Jesus")
shh hush, shush "Be quiet" "Shh, I'm trying to hear what they're saying!" Used to make someone be quiet
tsk-tsk tut-tut "Disappointing" "Tsk-tsk, he is late for work again" disappointment, contempt (this is a 
uh-hu uhuh, mhm "Yes" "Do you think so too?" "Uh-hu" Agreement, acknowledgement (easily confused with uh-uh)
uh-oh oh-oh "Oh no!" "Uh-oh, I think the bear is inside the house" Concerned for indications that something will happen
uh-uh unh-unh "No" "Eat your spinach!" "Uh-uh!" Refusal, especially if your mouth is full or if you refuse to open it (easily confused with uhuh)
uhh uhm, err "Wait, I'm thinking" "Seven times eight is... uhh... 56" Indicates a pause in, rather than the end of, a sentence
wee whee, weee "This is fun!" "Weee! Faster!" Used by children when doing something fun, and often ironically by adults when something is fun but childish
whoa   "Unbelievable!" "Whoa, I just looked at it and it broke!" Confounded, surprised and amazed. In popular culture, marijuana smokers are often depicted with this exclamation (originally a sound used to make horses stop)
wow   "Amazing!" "Wow, that's incredible!" Impressed, astonished
yahoo yippie "Let's celebrate!" "Yippie! We won!" Generic exclaimation of joy
yay   "Yes!" "Yay! We won!" All-purpose cheer. Approval, congratulations and triumph
yeah yeeeeaah! "Yes!" "Yeeeaah! Kick his butt!" Common slang for "yes", sometimes also used as an interjection.
yee-haw yeehaw "I'm excited!" "Let's gather some cattle! Yee-haw!" Much like "yahoo", but almost always associated with cowboys.
yoo-hoo yoohoo "Hey you!" "Yoo-hoo, sugercup! Come give me a hug!" The often ironic/comical, seductive call of a woman to get someone's attention
yuh-uh yuh-hu, yuhuh "Yes, it is!"/"Did so!" "I hit you!" "Nuh-uh!" "Yuh-uh!" "Nuh-uh!" ... Childish affirmation, often used to counter "nuh-uh!" (not to be confused with yoo-hoo).
yuk ich, blech, bleh "Disgusting!" "Yuk, I wouldn't want to touch that" Disgust, dislike
zing ba-dum-tss, badum tish "Haha, well said!" "You're so stupid, you'd trip over a wireless phone!" "Zing!" Used (often ironically) to punctuate a punchline or witty comeback. From the sound of a rimshot, played after punchlines in some comedy acts.