AH

Etymology 1

Noun

Ah (plural Ahs)

Initialism of ampere-hour (unit of charge).

Etymology 2

Noun

Ah

(China) Used in front of a shortened form of peoples' given names to express familiarity, roughly equivalent to Mister.

Anagrams

• HA, Ha, ha, ha'

Prefix

AH

(US, military, aviation) prefix for attack helicopter, helicopter gunship designations

Adverb

AH

(calendar terms) Abbreviation of Anno Hegirae: in the year of the Hegira, used for dates using the Islamic calendar.

Synonyms

• H

Adjective

AH

(fandom slang) All human: applied to fan fiction stories in which supernatural characters are reimagined as normal human beings.

Anagrams

• HA, Ha, ha, ha'

Etymology 1

Interjection

ah

An expression of relief, relaxation, comfort, confusion, understanding, wonder, awe, etc. according to uttered inflection.

A syllable used to fill space, particularly in music.

Noun

ah (plural ahs)

An instance of the interjection ah.

Verb

ah (third-person singular simple present ahs, present participle ahing, simple past and past participle ahed)

To give a cry of "ah".

Pronoun

ah personal pronoun (plural we, possessive adjective mah)

Eye dialect spelling of I, most often indicating that the speaker is using a Scottish or American (particularly Southern) accent.

Etymology 2

Particle

ah (Singapore, Singlish)

(colloquial, informal) Sentence-final particle expressing surprise or doubt.

Anagrams

• HA, Ha, ha, ha'

Source: Wiktionary



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Coffee Trivia

The word “coffee” entered the English language in 1582 via the Dutch “koffie,” borrowed from the Ottoman Turkish “kahve,” borrowed in turn from the Arabic “qahwah.” The Arabic word qahwah was traditionally held to refer to a type of wine.

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