interjection wae·sucks \ˈwā-ˌsəks\

Definition of waesucks


  1. —used to express pity

Origin and Etymology of waesucks

Scots wae woe (from Middle English wa) + sucks, alteration of English sakes — more at woe

First Known Use: circa 1774

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