woes (plural noun)
  1. great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically).
    "the Everton tale of woe continued"
natural exclamation of lament: recorded as wā in Old English and found in several Germanic languages.
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How to use woe in a sentence?
one glimpses them, uttering sibylline predictions of weal and woe.
to add to his woes, customers have been spending less.
the Everton tale of woe continued.
How to say woe in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans Wee
Arabic (NOUN)الويل, ويل, الضراء, البلاء
Bangla দুর্ভোগ
Bosnian (Latin) Jao
Bulgarian (NOUN)горко
Cantonese (Traditional) 榮辱與共
Catalan (NOUN)aflicció, ai
Chinese Simplified 荣辱与共
Chinese Traditional 榮辱與共
Croatian (NOUN)Jao
Czech (NOUN)běda
Danish (NOUN)ve
Dutch (NOUN)wee
Estonian häda
Fijian era na ca
Filipino aba
Finnish voi
French (NOUN)malheur
German (NOUN)wehe, weh, Jammers, Kummer
Greek (NOUN)αλίμονο, αλλοίμονο, θλίψη, συμφορά
Haitian Creole gare
Hebrew אבוי
Hindi (NOUN)हाय
Hungarian (NOUN)jaj
Icelandic Vei
Indonesian (NOUN)celakalah
Italian (NOUN)guai, sventura
Japanese (NOUN)災い, 悲哀, 苦悩, 悲痛
Kiswahili (NOUN)ole
Klingon DaH bIropmo'
Korean (NOUN)화가, 화가의, 재앙
Latvian (NOUN)bēdas
Lithuanian Vargas
Malagasy fahoriana
Malay (Latin) kecelakaan besar
Norwegian Bokmål ve
Persian وای بر
Polish (NOUN)biada
Portuguese (NOUN)uô, ai, consternação, desgraça, aflição, infortúnio, mágoa
Querétaro Otomi Ai
Romanian (NOUN)vai
Russian (NOUN)горе
Samoan oi talofa
Serbian (Cyrillic) Wое
Slovak (NOUN)beda
Slovenian (NOUN)gorje, oprosti
Spanish (NOUN)¡Ay, aflicción, infortunio, desgracia
Swedish (NOUN)ve
Tahitian e pohe to
Tamil ஐயோ
Telugu శ్రమను
Thai ฉิบหาย
Tongan mala'ia
Turkish (NOUN)keder
Ukrainian (NOUN)горе
Urdu افسوس
Vietnamese (NOUN)khốn
Welsh gwae
Yucatec Maya Yan
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