n. A language of Guatemala.
Achi may refer to:
- Achi, or "ate" means "sister" in Tagalog
- Achi language, a Mayan language
- Achi people, a Maya people in Guatemala
- Achí, Bolívar a municipality in Colombia
- Achi, Nagano, a village in Japan
- Achi, Jalal-Abad, a village in Kyrgyzstan
- Achi (Nigeria), a town in Enugu State, Nigeria
In other uses:
- Achi (game), an abstract strategy game
- Australasian College of Health Informatics, a professional organisation
- Australian Classification of Health Interventions, the system used to code inpatient episodes of care in Australian hospitals
- Maricoxi or achi, ape-like creatures allegedly seen in South America
Achi is a two-player abstract strategy game from Ghana. It is related to tic-tac-toe, but even more related to Tapatan, Three Men's Morris, Nine Holes, Tant Fant, Shisima, and Dara, because pieces are moved on the board to create the 3 in-a-row. It is an alignment game.
There are two versions to this game. In one version, each player has four pieces to drop. This is the version described below. In another version, each player has only three pieces to drop, which makes it identical to Tapatan.
Usage examples of "achi".
If you're gonna get into the shadow-land business, you need to have at least one hidey-hole, Mal achi, and at least two, maybe even three vehicles, with lots of different paperwork, the whole bit, for everything.