What does ruh-roh mean?

ruh-roh in Community Dictionary

appearance found in host to "uh oh"derived from the well-known cartoon show, Scooby Doo by Deedee TittleReport definition
A Hanna-Barbera canine cartoon saying for "Uh-oh," beginning with THE JETSONS' Astro (1962) and continuing with Scooby-Doo when you look at the Seventies.Astro had a tendency to speak a type of English except that terms with start consonants had been replaced with an "roentgen," and "R" was inserted facing vowels.Scooby-Doo had been less proficient, but was presented with "Ruh-roh" as some sort of working gag when things had been going bad.today "Ruh-roh" is sometimes used as a jocular trope where puppies are worried, such as a recently available news story about a dog who was simply unintentionally circulated by Air Canada from his cage at the san francisco bay area airport. Rough definition: "I goofed" or "I'm in big trouble." by Juanita RudolphReport definition
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