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AH

or ah
abbr. Latin
1. anno Hebraico
2. anno Hegirae

ah

 (ä)
interj.
Used to express various emotions, such as satisfaction, surprise, delight, dislike, or pain.
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ah

(ɑː)
interj
an exclamation expressing pleasure, pain, sympathy, etc, according to the intonation of the speaker

AH

(indicating years in the Muslim system of dating, numbered from the Hegira (622 AD)) abbreviation for
(Islam) anno Hegirae
[Latin]
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ah

(ɑ)

interj.
(used as an exclamation of pain, surprise, pity, complaint, dislike, joy, etc., according to the manner of utterance.)

Ah

or a.h.,

ampere-hour.

A.H.

in or since the year of the Hijra (A.D. 622).
[< New Latin annō Hejirae]
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Translations
aaaheeoioo
aa
ああ
ah

AH

ABBR =anno Hegirae (= from the year of the Hegira) → a.h.

ah

[ɑː] EXCL¡ah!
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ah

interjah; (pain) → au, autsch; (pity) → o, ach
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