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shh

[sh] /ʃ/
interjection
1.
sh.

sh

[sh] /ʃ/
interjection
1.
(used to urge silence.)
Origin of sh
1840-1850
1840-50
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British Dictionary definitions for shh

sh1

/spelling pron ʃʃʃ/
interjection
1.
an exclamation to request silence or quiet

sh2

abbreviation
1.
St Helena
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Word Origin and History for shh

sh

interj.

exclamation used to urge or request silence, 1847. The gesture of putting a finger to the lips to express silence is attested from Roman times. As a transitive verb from 1887; intransitive from 1925.

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shh in Medicine

SH abbr.
serum hepatitis

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Related Abbreviations for shh

SHH

speech/hearing handicapped

sh

Serbo-Croatian

SH

1.
sacrifice hit
2.
social history
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