An expression of one's own physical pain.
A reply to an insult (frequently one that is tongue-in-cheek or joking).
(slang, Australia, New Zealand, UK) Expressing surprise at the high price of something.
Alternative form of ouche.
Origin of Ouch
Middle English ouche from Anglo-Norman (une) ouche alteration of (une) nouch (a) brooch of Germanic origin ned- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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