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ahi

[ ah-hee ]

noun

  1. yellowfin tuna, widely used in sashimi.


ahi

/ ˈɑːhiː /

noun

  1. another name for yellowfin tuna


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Word History and Origins

Origin of ahi1

First recorded in 1930–35, ahi is from the Hawaiian word ‘ahi

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Word History and Origins

Origin of ahi1

Hawaiian

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Example Sentences

Action has a YouTube cooking show “Action in the Kitchen,” where he cooks things like “sushi-grade seared Ahi tuna.”

Besides the dragon Ahi, we have the Vedic great serpent Sesha, to which reference has been made in the first chapter of this work.

There is something in the simple greetings of all our poor friends—Lei st solo adesso—ahi poverino!

A man must have mana to do it; if he has not, it will be too late when he is on the hot stone of Tama-ahi-roa.

Then all Isser Jang took up the cry that the books were burned—Ahi!

Ahi and Azhi are the same word, with the same meaning; the addition dahaka refers to the destructive power of this demon.

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