n. (context US Eastern Massachusetts English) (eye dialect of car English).
CAH can stand for:
- Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
- Calcium Aluminate Hydrate, an important phase in cement chemistry
- Chlorinated Aromatic Hydrocarbon
- Community of All Hallows, an Anglican religious community for women
- Crime against humanity
- Cards Against Humanity, a party game
- Critical Access Hospital (CAH); these must have no more than 25 beds, not counting 10 extra psychiatric beds and 10 extra inpatient rehab beds, and must be located in a rural area or an area treated as rural, be certified by the state as being a necessary provider of healthcare services to area residents, and be more than a 35-mile drive away from a hospital or other healthcare facility
- Capital Airports Holding Company, airport holdings company in the People's Republic of China
- Charlan Air Charter, a South African airline with the ICAO airline designator CAH
- Cambridge Ancient History, a bibliographic abbreviation for the work edited by Cambridge University Press
- Calvin and Hobbes, a newspaper comic strip from 1985 to 1995
- Cyanide and Happiness, a daily webcomic
- CAH, a mnemonic used to teach trigonometry, showing that cosine is the ratio of adjacent over hypotenuse
- Capital Airports Holding Company, a Chinese company that operates airports
Usage examples of "cah".
It was a lucky thing that the impatient rebel General Polk had blundered by invading Kentucky, giving Grant the excuse to grab Paducah and pose his threat to Fort Henry.
There is some debate as to whether Seneca was part of the conspiracy, but all circumstantial evidence points to his involvement, and most commentators conclude with Momigliano in CAH, X, p.
An’, Miss Scarlett, Ah got ter honin’ fer Miss Ellen an’ Tara, tell it look lak Ah kain stan’ it no longer, an’ one night Ah lit out fer home, an’ Ah rid de freight cahs all de way down ter ‘Lanta.
An' even if it was a funny cah accident, mo' lahk a bomb, y'd nevah get any evidence.