Or bad. Or bad. Or bad. Or aarrgh, or aarrrgh.
Also pronounced as Yarrr! and Arg !, the word Arrr! it is traditionally said by hackers when they say yes or show enthusiasm.
Definition of argh (item 2 of 2) - generally used to express frustration, disappointment, fear or pain. I was in Hawaii and I turned on the TV and it was on.
Yes, argh is in the Scrabble dictionary.
Acronym. 0. URGH is an abbreviation for an expression of irritation or dissatisfaction.
Oh, oh Ok, I see Ahh, yes, now I understand the knowledge, the understanding. Sometimes it means aaa or eh instead.
bad. (Onomatopoeia) Expresses irritation, dismay, embarrassment or frustration. Argh!
Here are some of the most commonly used words and phrases: Avast means respect Shiver Me Timbers is an expression of surprise and fear. Matey is a friend or a crew. Me Hearties has a similar meaning.
This won’t happen
Shiver me Timbers (or Shiver my Timbers in standard English) is an exclamation in the form of a contemptuous oath that is often attributed to pirate speech in fiction. Such an exclamation should convey a sense of dread and awe, similar to "Well, shoot me! Or may God hit me alive and well.
Matey A good friend but not a husband. Call your partner at a friendly time and see how quickly he destroys the mood (unless your partner has a pirate ■■■■■■, in which case you should say this word with a smile and raise your eyebrow at it.) Less a quarter of an hour!
Matey or Hearty Me An illegal reference to a mate or friend. I A pirate way of saying it. Mutiny The action of a sailor to gain authority (usually the captain) of a ship.
Yes sir, it is a common term used in nautical languages today. It derives from a double of the word aye, which entered the English language in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries and means yes.
Oh. Ahoy is the most versatile pirate word used in movies and books. Sailors use it to call other ships, to greet each other, to warn of dangers or to say goodbye. The online dictionary of etymology says it probably comes from a high nautical term related to transportation.