EKH may refer to:
- Ekh (expression), an interjection used in Russian and other Slavic languages.
- Elkhart (Amtrak station), a US railway station with station code EKH.
- Ernst-Kirchweger-Haus, a building in Vienna
- Eliza Kelly Hall, a building on the Clarke University campus in Dubuque, Iowa (United States)
Ekh is a spoken interjection in Russian and certain other Slavic languages. Ekh-ma is closely related.
It is typically spoken by itself or at the beginning of a sentence, and can be used to express wonder, feeling sorry for something, reproach, pride at a just-accomplished feat, and other strong feelings.