To solicit in love; to court. [1913 Webster] Each, like the Grecian artist, wooes The image he himself has wrought. --Prior. [1913 Webster]
To court solicitously; to invite with importunity. [1913 Webster] Thee, chantress, oft the woods among I woo, to hear thy even song. --Milton. [1913 Webster] I woo the wind That still delays his coming. --Bryant. [1913 Webster]
Woo \Woo\, v. i. To court; to make love. --Dryden. [1913 Webster]
1 seek someone's favor; "China is wooing Russia" [syn: court]
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see woo woo
- , /wuː/, /wu:/
- Rhymes with: -uː
- To endeavor to gain someone's affection.
to endeavor to gain someone's affection
- to court
Woo is a verb meaning to seek out or solicit (usually) the affections of someone (see courtship). It is also a slang term used to voice a certain amount of excitement.
It may also mean:
Woo may also refer to:
woo in Italian: WOO