出典:『Wiktionary』 (2015/05/17 09:54 UTC 版)
Of onomatopoetic/imitative origin.
- (transitive または intransitive) To make a soft murmuring sound, as a pigeon.
- 26 June 2014, A.A Dowd, AV Club Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler spoof rom-com clichés in They Came Together
- (intransitive) To speak in an admiring fashion, to be enthusiastic about.
- Expression of fright, surprise, approval, etc.
1960, P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves in the Offing, chapter VII:
- I stood outside the door for a space, letting “I dare not” wait upon “I would”, as Jeeves tells me cats do in adages, then turned the handle softly, pushed – also softly – and, carrying on into the interior, found myself confronted by a girl in housemaid's costume who put a hand to her throat like somebody in a play and leaped several inches in the direction of the ceiling. “Coo!” she said, having returned to terra firma and taken aboard a spot of breath. “You gave me a start, sir!” [...] “If you cast an eye on him, you will see that he's asleep now.” “Coo! So he is.”
- 1988, Sean Kelly, Professional BMX Simulator (video game review in Your Sinclair, issue 35, November 1988)
- 1989, Competitions (in Sinclair User, issue 92, November 1989)
- 1990, Crash readers' awards ceremony (in Crash, issue 75, April 1990)
- Mark: 'Coo, I've only had four gallons of extra caffeine coffee today so I'm not my usual talking-to-PR-girlies-for-hours-on-end self. But bear with me a mo while I get myself together (audience waits for an age while he searches through his coat for the golden envelope). Here it is! Coo, and the winner is The New Zealand Story.'
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The produce sold at Coo-Coo is from Kumamoto Prefecture.
Coo-Cooで売られている農産物は熊本県産だ。 - 浜島書店 Catch a Wave
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The box lunch shop “Coo-Coo” in Osaka City sells more than just box lunches.
大阪市の弁当店｢Coo-Coo(くうーくうー)｣が販売するのは弁当だけではない。 - 浜島書店 Catch a Wave