ah: Making Same Love—a song about same-sex marriage—was obviously a big risk.
ah yes, Fifty Shades of Grey, that classic volume of lesbian erotica.
ah, yes—your 39-year-old friend and the wife of 28 years who bore you seven children.
ah, the pain of drinking at noon, meeting celebrities, and attending gala luncheons.
UNDERWOOD: (now smoking next to the grease dumpster out back) ah wish ah could.
ah, and who knows but what he may come when we are far away!
ah, Setter, what a treasure is here lost for want of being known.
“ah, that would be awkward,” said the American thoughtfully.
ah, they hate you and they like me, for I told them about that girl.
ah, but it is a long story, my dear lady, and I fear I will bore you.
mid-15c., an expression of surprise, delight, disgust or pain in nearly all Indo-European languages, but not found in Old English (where the equivalent expression was la!), so perhaps from Old French a "ah!, oh! woe!"
asshole: You are such an AH
an exclamation of sorrow or regret (Ps. 35:25; Isa. 1:4, 24; Jer. 1:6; 22:18; Mark 15:29).