Where did that come from?
Woot-a joyful sound, like hooray, but a word.
I had never heard "woot" until about a year ago. Is it from somewhere? Is it new? I always thought it was the word "woo."
Woo-derived from woo-hoo a celebratory cry.
Like, "Woooooooooo!" we won the Superbowl, or something like that. Now I hear woot. And not from an isolate group but across all people I meet. Have people always been saying 'woot?' Did I just never hear the 't' and the end? I even see it typed. Is is recent as I have been noticing? Or is an ancient word of expressed delight?
Why had I never heard before last year? Now it surrounds me. Is it from some TV or movie? Or has it always been woot?
Has it always been woot?