Whoa (c. 1843) is a variant of woa (c. 1840), itself a variant of wo (c. 1787), from who (c. 1450), ultimately from Middle English ho, hoo (interjection), probably from Old Norse hó! (interjection, also, a shepherd's call). Compare Germanho, Old French ho ! (“hold!, halt!").
Whoa Sentence Examples
The nurse took lots of pictures, which at first we thought whoa this isn't right but now im so glad.
Why do I always have to say " love, " C'mon... Please please me, whoa yeah, like I please you.
Whoa, you can really peel the layers off the onion!
The nurse took lots of pictures, which at first we thought whoa this is n't right but now im so glad.
His accented English has some incongruous colloquialism - " whoa, beautiful dancer " was his reaction on first seeing Bussell at NYCB.