Hah or HAH may refer to:
- Air Comores International, a defunct airline
- Hah Myung-joong (born 1941), South Korean actor
- Hahon language
- Hang Hau Station, in Hong Kong
- Heaven and Hell (Black Sabbath album), released in 1980
- Him & Her (TV series)
- Heh (god), a figure in Egyptian mythology
- HAH, the IATA code for Prince Said Ibrahim International Airport in Moroni, Comoros
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hah \Hah\ (h[aum]), interj. Same as Ha.
interj. (alternative form of ha English)
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
variant of ha.
Usage examples of "hah".
Kent, out the other side in about thirty seconds like the White Tornado inna Superman suit, whoo-eee, hah, hah, hah!
She said the hah to herself with such force, it popped out of her mouth in the form of a rueful sigh.
Phillips, Harry Fullett, John Coleman, Gene Francar, Aaron Graham, Joe Toft, Jim Nims, Richard Hahner, James Borden, Charles Gutensohn, Robert Nieves, Mike Fredericks, Jerry Strickler, Mike McManus, Richard Meyers, Mark Eissler and James McGiveney.
Hah: I make twice the money off the Washeteria as I draw after twenty-three years in the service.
The barber, therefore, after some hesitation, and many hums and hahs, at last begged leave to crave the name of the lady, who appeared to be the principal cause of all this mischief.
Tess was pulling herself erect using the handles of the nearest file cabinet when Desmond LeRoy came staggering down the hah from the executive wing, cursing and shouting at the top of his lungs.
Studying his instruments, Hah saw that one of the pursuing Imperial ships, the smaller of the two, hadnt been able to dupli-cate his maneuver-the ship vanished into the embrace of the black holes accretion disk with a tiny, ignoble flare.
Studying his instruments, Hah saw that one of the pursuing Imperial ships, the smaller of the two, hadnt been able to dupli-cate his maneuverthe ship vanished into the embrace of the black holes accretion disk with a tiny, ignoble flare.
Hah pulled up sharply, twisted his ship into a half loop, flipped over, and went into a diving aileron roll with another loop thrown in, coming out of the combo in the opposite direction.
Admiral Ashigara regarded Hah from her eom screen, and Han watched her left hand play with her empty right cuff in the nervous gestu she'd developed since Bigelow.
Back in the old days - hah, now - these included thumbscrews, hammers, small pointed bits of wood and, of course, the common desk drawer, always a boon to the copper in a hurry.