from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The spoken representation of a dash in radio and telegraph code.
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- n. The spoken representation of a dash in radio and telegraph Morse code.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
Fengh: Err belum lah, aku ingat die dah pegi meeting dah
Mahmúdah is not only un laxatif, but a slang name for a confection of aloes.
I think it's been Charlie's limited language -- when he was two, the only thing he said was "dah" - that especially stood out (he also had some "challenging behaviors" - some bouts of hitting himself on the head).
Some very good sources say he did advertise in Flori "dah", where Hillary did not and still she won 57/37.
Count Flori "dah" and Michi "gone" and we will all see how far out of touch or "perhaps deceitful" he choses to be.
Whenever he took a car ride, he would start saying the word "dah," repeating it over and over again as we strapped him into his car seat, "Dah dah dah, goo, dah dah, big-dah, big-dah."
Her bare feet told of long, rough journeying, and from wrist to elbow of the left arm was a half-healed wound, such as Maung Yet knew well the keen 'dah' could leave.
The moonlight flashed on the murderous-looking 'dah' knives raised for an instant from the folds of the garments of the assembled men.
It's good for bidness and it creates (ta-dah!) jobs!
“Ooof dah, this is tripe,” Father said, finally.
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