Definitions for dahdɑ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an echoic word, the referent of which is a tone interval approximately three times the length of the dot, used to designate the dash of Morse code.
Category: Cryptography, Telegraphy and Telephony
Ref: Compare dit .
Origin of dah:
the longer of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
The spoken representation of a dash in radio and telegraph Morse code.
Origin: From daigaz, from dʰigʰ-.
Dah was a former Yugoslav/Belgian progressive rock band. Originally formed in Yugoslavia in 1972, the band, in 1975, moved to Belgium and changed the name to Land. After spending a year in Belgium and releasing an English language album, the band went back to Yugoslavia, where they changed their name back to Dah, disbanding in 1976.
Translations for dah
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
the air drawn into, and then sent out from, the lungs
My dog's breath smells terrible.
- hálitoPortuguese (BR)
- der AtemGerman
- αναπνοή, ανάσαGreek
- aliento, respiraciónSpanish
- fiato, alitoItalian
- ساه ، نفسPashto
- nefes, solukTurkish
- 呼吸, 氣息Chinese (Trad.)
- дихання, подихUkrainian
- hơi thởVietnamese
- 呼吸，气息Chinese (Simp.)
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