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Teh is an Internet slang neologism most frequently used as an English article, based on a common typographical error of " the". Teh has subsequently developed grammatical usages distinct from the. It is not common in spoken or written English outside technical or leetspeak circles, but when spoken, it is pronounced or .
Teh is a common typographical error and internet slang neologism.
Teh may also refer to:
- The Indonesian, Malay, Javanese, Sunda, and Minangkabau word for tea.
- A variant of the Chinese surname Zheng (Chinese: 鄭/郑) common in Singapore and Malaysia.
- Huang Sian Teh (born 1919), Taiwanese martial artist
- Michael J. Teh (born 1965), second Filipino to serve as a general authority in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Teh Cheang Wan (1928–1986), Singaporean architect
- Teh Hong Piow (born 1930), Chairman of Public Bank Berhad in Malaysia
- Teh Kew San (born 1934), former Malaysian badminton player
- Teh, a somewhat old-fashioned spelling of the Chinese phoneme now represented by Wade–Giles te or pinyin de, most commonly De (Chinese)
- Trans Europe Halles, European network of independent cultural centres
- ISO 639-3 code for the Tehuelche language of Patagonia
Usage examples of "teh".
We also expect both positive and negative charge to be deposited on the ribbon which would reduce teh net charge build-up.
So did the man inside his glass booth at the entrance to the garage: he was now phoning Walter, teHing him to take his taxi and pick up the two pieces of luggage from the Hoffman apartment.