Definition of wham:
stripe, douse, smack, whap, plump, hack, well, say, lash, rap, clout, bonk, biff, welt, switch, beat, cuff, ho ho, wow, knock, stinger, punch, bat, attack, poke, O, knock, slam, hm, crash, blow, fillip, pelt, bash, bang, strike, spank, blow, swipe, paste, batter, clap, chop, aah, thump, bop, clip, whop, dab, whack, bust, thud, mm, slog, wallop, let someone have it, slug, oh, smite, sock, slap, ahem, thwack, hit, sock it to someone, good/oh Lord, lick, buffet, crack, hey, belt, larrup, conk, ha ha, haymaker, swat, pop, pick, catch, stroke, smash, ooh, hook, o', boo-hoo, achoo, pound, box, hmm.
Lord help us to do oor wark like thy men an' maidens doon the stair, remin'in' oursel's, 'at them 'at we miss hae only gane up the stair, as gin 'twar to haud things to thy han' i' thy ain presence- chamber, whaur we houp to be called or lang, an' to see thee an' thy Son, wham we lo'e aboon a'; an' in his name we say, Amen!"- "David Elginbrod", George MacDonald.
- "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
A remark upon Madame des Ursins, accompanied by a smile, escaped from the King, generally so complete a master of himself, and appeared enigmatical to such an extent, although striking, that Torcy, to wham it was addressed, understood nothing.- "The Memoirs of Louis XIV., Volume 9 And His Court and of The Regency", Duc de Saint-Simon.