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THE TRUE DEFINITION: An interjection said when hurt. No one knows where it came from, and nobody
The word ouch may mean "crap" or some swear word when translated into some ancient language. It makes sense, you know.
by Aaron W. March 22, 2003
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Paper product used as a barrier against unwanted messes, such as the liner at the bottom of a bird cage.
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a word that is usually said when you touch something hot/hit something painful or to sympathize for someone's pain
Cal: ouch, i stubbed my toe!
Jack:Ouch, that must hurt.
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When you feel hurt or experience pain, either physically or emotionally because what someone has said or done to you.

Refer to: heartbroken, crushed or angry.
Person A : Aasdfkj jAKSJDF aksjdFKLH.

Person B: Ouch, that hurt.
by j0813 March 12, 2005
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The sound coming from one's mouth whenst experiencing pain. Or when one can not say "oh no" quick enough. Related to a video of english children featured on youtube.
"Ouch Charlie! That really hurt! Charlie bit me. and it really hurt. and it's still hurting!"
by iim aliveee July 16, 2008
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An expression of pain
Ouch! That dumb kid kicked me!
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1. An extremely common term usually uttered by one experiencing either physical or mental pain. Though usually associated with literal injury, can also be said when the user is the recipient of some insult or burn. Sarcastic undertones signify the user's view that the attempted insult or injury was ineffective.

2. An acceptable nick-name for one who over-uses the phrase "ouch". Usually meant as an insult, it can be a term of endearment under certain circumstances.
Sophie: "Hey Ouch! You're stupid."
Matt: "Ouch."
by Kipppy March 30, 2009
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