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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