"Leaves this cah the'a," said the man, as if surprised into the admission.
Well, nobody that was born out here says 'dahnce' and 'cahn't.'
She said lor for law, and dror for draw, but then she said cah for car.
Hence nacal in cah, I ascend, is literally “the ascent, my being occupied with.”
It is noteworthy that the same difference exists between ah and cah, as between en and ten.
Dey is previdin' you gits outen yo' trance an' takes yo' cah on de 4:10.
If it's all right for me to put on a pretty gown and weah my haiah the most becoming way, why cahn't I improve my name, too?
Whereupon a waiter grinned and replied, "No, suh, this is the chewin' cah."
Where cah is attached to the stem of some verbs it signifies intensity.
Ah use ter could tawk an tell a thing plum well but ah been broke up by a cah.