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Written by Cheryl
(11/1/2005 10:39 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, We need that dictionary Farah-Naz!, penned by Deborah d'Bajor
I used it in it's Yiddish meaning, short for "oy vey!" Here's the entry for the word from Dictionary.com:
Main Entry: oy
Part of Speech: interjection
Definition: an exclamation of dismay or exasperation; also written oi; also called oy vay, oy vey
Example: It is snowing again! Oy!
I'm glad you asked, I wouldn't want you to think I was upset with you - oy! ;-)
- P1 Cheryl (10/31/2005 12:11 a.m.)
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