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Meaning of wahoo

wa•hoo

Pronunciation: (wä-h', wä'h), [key]
— pl. -hoos.
  1. any of various American shrubs or small trees, as the winged elm, Ulmus alata, or a linden, Tilia heterophylla.

wa•hoo

Pronunciation: (wä-h', wä'h), [key]
— pl. -hoos.
  1. a shrub or small tree, Euonymus atropurpurea, of North America, having finely serrated, elliptical leaves and pendulous capsules that in opening reveal the bright-scarlet arils of the seeds. Also called

wa•hoo

Pronunciation: (wä-h', wä'h), [key]
— pl. -hoos, -hoo.
  1. a large, swift mackerel, Acanthocybium solanderi, widespread in warm seas, of a steel blue to greenish blue above and silver below, often leaping from the water and occasionally schooling in great numbers: valued as a food and game fish. Also called
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