wisha

interjection
\ˈwi-shə \

Definition of wisha 

chiefly Irish

used as an intensive or to express surprise

First Known Use of wisha

1826, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for wisha

Irish mhuise, muise, probably alteration of Muire Mary (Jesus' mother)

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