Origin of ahnatural exclamation similar to French and Classical Latin ah, Classical Greek a, Old Norse æ, Old High German a, Sanskrit ?
The definition of ah is a way to express emotions such as surprise, fear and disgust.
An example of ah is what someone might say when a ghost pops up in a haunted house.
used to express variously surprise, delight, regret, disgust, pain, etc.
also Amp-hr, A h, A-h, A-hr, or a-hr
Origin of AHClassical Latin Anno Hegirae, in the year of the hegira of the Muslim era: used with dates
Used to express various emotions, such as satisfaction, surprise, delight, dislike, or pain.
- anno Hebraico
- anno Hegirae
- (metrology) Symbol for the attohenry, an SI unit of electrical inductance equal to 10−18 henrys.
ah - Computer Definition
- Ah, that is good.
- "Ah," said the Wizard; "I'm pleased to meet so distinguished a personage."
- Ah! it is very dreadful...
- "Ah, ok. It's a sore subject," Katie said.
- Ah! there was the wolf!