hurrah[hə rä′, -rô′]
hurrah definition by Webster's New World
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Origin: ultimately of echoic origin, originally
- an instance of shouting “hurrah”
- excitement, tumult, commotion, etc.
intransitive verb, transitive verb
to shout “hurrah” (for); cheer
hurrah definition by American Heritage Dictionary
also hoo·ray or hur·rayinterjection
Used as an exclamation of pleasure, approval, elation, or victory.noun
- A shout of “hurrah.”
- Excitement; fanfare.
To applaud, cheer, or approve (someone or something) by shouting “hurrah.”verb, intransitive
To shout “hurrah.”
Origin: Alteration of huzzah.