The Collaborative International Dictionary
Faugh \Faugh\, interj. [Cf. Foh.] An exclamation of contempt, disgust, or abhorrence.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
exclamation of disgust, by 1540s.
alt. (context dated English) An exclamation of disgust, especially for a smell, or contempt. interj. (context dated English) An exclamation of disgust, especially for a smell, or contempt.
Faugh is an exclamation indicating disgust. It can also refer to:
Usage examples of "faugh".
But he had a right to know the worst of it faugh, how could it be any worse than this?
He could speak fluently of leas, and faughs, and fallows, of change of seed and rotation of crops, but practical knowledge and application were required, and in these Burns was deficient.
Next ask that dumpled hag, stood snuffling by, With her three frowsy blowsy brats o’ babes, The scum o’ the kennel, cream o’ the filth-heap - Faugh!