dah

noun
\ˈdä \

Definition of dah 

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So April was walking around la-di-dah for two whole hours while contractions ripped through her belly. Sarah Schreiber, Good Housekeeping, "Everything We Know About April the Giraffe's New Baby," 17 Apr. 2017 This celebrity auction is over the top, dah-ling Zsa Zsa Gabor lived a big, opulent life in a big, opulent mansion in Bel-Air—and now’s your chance to take a peek inside. Chris Nichols, Los Angeles Magazine, "Step Inside Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Mansion in Bel-Air," 12 Apr. 2018 That lah-di-dah couture crowd wouldn’t know what to make of it! Vogue, "From Kim Jones’s Vuitton Goodbye to Hedi Slimane’s Céline Surprise, All the Highlights from the Paris Men’s Shows," 22 Jan. 2018 Scheduled to take place in Campus Martius, the event will feature, food, food and more food — plus cooking demonstrations, wine tastings and — tah dah — Stewart. Georgea Kovanis, Detroit Free Press, "Martha Stewart dishes on Jim Harbaugh, Eminem and why she likes visiting Detroit," 31 Aug. 2017 Certainly, none of these compared to a young scout working on his dits and dahs of Morse code. Christopher Mele, The Seattle Times, "One Boy Scout has enough merit badges for a whole troop," 23 June 2017 Certainly, none of these compared to a young scout working on his dits and dahs of Morse code. Christopher Mele, The Seattle Times, "One Boy Scout has enough merit badges for a whole troop," 23 June 2017 Certainly, none of these compared to a young scout working on his dits and dahs of Morse code. Christopher Mele, The Seattle Times, "One Boy Scout has enough merit badges for a whole troop," 23 June 2017 Certainly, none of these compared to a young scout working on his dits and dahs of Morse code. Christopher Mele, The Seattle Times, "One Boy Scout has enough merit badges for a whole troop," 23 June 2017

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First Known Use of dah

Noun

1940, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for dah

Noun

imitative

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The first known use of dah was in 1940

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Medical Definition of DAH 

disordered action of the heart

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