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Definition of Argh

What does Argh mean?

interjection

  1. [onomatopoeia] [Expressing annoyance, dismay, embarrassment or frustration.]

Character

Argh is a fictional character from the 1985 film Cavegirl.

Music

  1. "Argh" a.k.a. "argh !" is a musical album of David TMX.
    • released in (12 years ago)
  2. "Argh" a.k.a. "Argh!" is a musical album of WDK.
    • released in (11 years ago)

Miscellanea

  1. argH is a gene.
  2. Argh a.k.a. argC is a gene.
  3. Argh a.k.a. Argh! and its successor Aargh!, both invented by Sascha Wilde, are Befunge-like esoteric programming languages, laid out in two dimensions. Each is limited to 80 columns wide, but Aargh! has an unlimited number of rows, whereas Argh! is limited to 40. The idea was to make sure Aargh! was Turing-complete.
  4. Argh a.k.a. SCO1570 is a gene.
  5. argH is a genomic locus.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Argh

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Google previewMemoirs on the History, Folk-lore, and Distribution of the Races of the North Western Provinces of India (1869)

Being an Amplified Edition of the Original Supplemental Glossary of Indian Terms by Sir Henry Miers Elliot, John Beames

The word Argh means in Sanskrit any libation of water to a deity.

Google previewMemoirs on the History, Folk-Lore, and Distribution of the Races of the North Western Provinces of India; being an amplified Edition of the original (1869)

Supplemental Glossary of India Terms By the late Henry M. Elliot. Edited, revised, and re-arranged by John Beames. In 2 Volumes. I

The word Argh means in Sanskrit any libation of water to a deity.

Google previewThe grammar-school dictionary, a dictionary of the English language (1867)

Argh, [Gr. arcKo*,] a. chief, waggish, — [L. arcus.] n. a curved line, or part of a circle, — v. t. to form an arch. Ar'-cha-ism, [Or. arche,] ». an ancient phrase. Ar- chai-ol'-o-gy, ft. a discourse on antiquity. Arch-an'gel, (ark-,) n. a chief angel.

Google previewEtymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language ... Abriged from the 4. Ed (1818)

ARCH, ARGH, AIRGH, ERGH, ( gutt.) adj. 1. Averse, reluctant; often including the idea of timidity as the cause of reluctance, S. Douglas. 2. Apprehensive, filled with anxiety, S. Chaucer, erke, ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1818)

by John Jamieson

ARCH, ARGH, AIRGH, ERGH, (gutt.) adj. 1. Averse, reluctant : often including the idea of timidity as the cause of reluctance, S. Douglas. 'J. Apprehensive, filled with anxiety, S. Chaucer, erke, ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

argh, to be a coward: Ger. arg, bad: AS. earg, evil (see ARCH 2)]: notorious; impudent; infamous. AR'RANTLY, ad. -li, Note.—Mr. Skeat says arrant is corrupted from Prov. and OE., £nd, timid, cowardly, the ...

Google previewMiddle English Dictionary (1957)

by Hans Kurath

arow -~ argh: arwe. arow- blast(er - arblast. arowe - arwe. arpago, -dun n. [L harpago, -dnem,from Gr .] A grappling hook; also used fig, ...

Google previewThe International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, 3 Volume Set (2015)

by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel

similarly, the sound argh! is considered, so to say, as the “natural cry” elicited by a specific zone of affect covering “annoyance, dismay ...

Google previewDictionary of Early English (1955)

by Joseph T. Shipley

argh. Cowardly, timid; inert, sluggish, loath, reluctant; base, good-for-nothing. From the 9th to the 15th ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: D-Jyp (1880)

by John Jamieson

Arch, Argh, ) carried in it the idea of such infamy, in the minds of the ancient Goths. To what is there observed, it may be added, that as they attached so much honour to fortitude in war, as this was deemed a superabundant compensation for ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

by Walter William Skeat

argh would, in due course, only have given the form arow or arrow in mod. E. ; the form arch is dearly due to confusion with arch in the term arch-traitor. Indeed, Dr. Stratmann regards arch as nothing more than the prefix arch- used ...

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Scrabble value of A1R1G2H4

The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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