- Same as ouch.
Usage notesIn everyday colloquial (spoken or written) usage, the sound may be lengthened, such as in the form oww, usually to indicate an increase in pain or distress.
OW, Ow, or ow can be:
- The IATA code for Executive Air
- One-Way journey
- The digraph ow; standing alone, it serves as an interjection that denotes pain.
- Obwalden, a canton of Switzerland
- Old Waynflete, a former pupil at Magdalen College School, Oxford.
- Old Wellingtonian, a former pupil at Wellington College, England
- Old Westminster, a former pupil at Westminster School, London, England
- Old Wykehamist, a former pupil at Winchester College, England
- OW! Is the Oxford University Ultimate Frisbee team
ow in German: OW
ow in Italian: OW
ow in Korean: OW