Definition of augh in English:

augh

(also auh)

Pronunciation /ɔːx/

exclamation

  • Expressing disgust, frustration, dismissal or disregard, chagrin, etc.

    Formerly especially in representations of Scottish and Irish speech.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Cooke (d. 1660), judge and regicide. Imitative.