woo

try to win 
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woo

[v] - seek someone`s favor 2. [v] - make amorous advances towards
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Woo

Woo transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Wooed ; present participle & verbal noun Wooing .] [ Middle English wowen , wo...en , Anglo-Saxon w...gian , from w...h bent, crooked, bad; akin to Old Saxon ...
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Woo

Woo intransitive verb To court; to make love. Dryden.
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woo

1. To solicit in love; to court. 'Each, like the Grecian artist, wooes The image he himself has wrought.' (Prior) ... 2. To court solicitously; to invite with importunity. 'Thee, chantress, oft the woods among I woo, to hear thy even song.' (Milton) 'I woo the wind That still delays his coming.' (Bryant) ... Origin: OE. Wowen, woen, AS. Wgian, fr. ...
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Woo

• (v. i.) To court; to make love. • (v. t.) To court solicitously; to invite with importunity. • (v. t.) To solicit in love; to court.
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Woo

In Australian mythology, Woo was a strange man like creature with a single arm formed from two arms and a single leg formed from two legs. He was an expert marksman and adept at balance.
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Woo

Woo, wooo, woooo! or woo woo may also refer to: Woo, Wu, surname; W.O.O. may also be an abbreviation for: ...
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WoO

[Beethoven] The abbreviation WoO is also used sometimes to refer to works without opus by other composers, such as Johannes Brahms, Robert Schumann, Muzio Clementi, or Joachim Raff. ...
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woo

seek someone's favor
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Woo

[Korean name] Given name only: Woo, also spelled Wu or U, is a Korean family name, a single-syllable Korean given name, and an element in some two-syllable Korean given names. ==Family name== As a family name, Woo may be written with either of two hanja ({linktext|lim= and |禹|於}). Each has one bon-gwan: for the former, Danyang, Chungche...
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