aah

[ ah ]
/ ɑ /

interjection

(used as an exclamation expressing surprise, delight, joy, etc.)

noun

the exclamation “aah.”

verb (used without object)

to exclaim or utter “aah”: We all oohed and aahed at the lovely birthday cake.

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Example sentences from the Web for aah

  • Ay, Aah'll fetch t' coo in i' guid time, there's no call t' bang us that gait.'

  • France is outraging and robbing Germany when wounded and a prisoner (aah).

    The New Germany|George Young
  • The curate saluted Doña Consolacion, who responded with a yawn and an “aah!”

  • On Page 181 "for Ah'll stan' none" changed to "for Aah'll stan' none" (consistent with spelling in same speech).