aitch

[eych]
noun
the letter H, h.

Origin:
Middle English ache < Old French ache < Late Latin *hacca or *accha; replacing ha

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aitch (eɪtʃ)
 
n
the letter h or the sound represented by it: he drops his aitches
 
[C16: a phonetic spelling]

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The cut shall be at right angles to an imaginary line from the top of the aitch bone through the center of the ham and shank.
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