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bah
Acroynm or slang used to mean anything. Can be used as verb, Noun or pronoun, adjective or adverb, preposition or conjunction, and always as interjection. Befitting anyword in the modern English language. Most appropriately when used to mock, taunt, or belittle another co-worker in the food service industry. When used with emphasis can substitute for any form of expletive.
supervisor: Hey buddy, how is that job coming along..."bah?"
coworker: Did you see that game? ........"Bah ah ah!"
rival: That lazy fool is always screwing off.."BAH-uh uh BAH!!!"
by Airman Tuttle January 27, 2007
 
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bah
a word used to express feelings of tiredness, boredom, or frusteration.
bah. I have a boring life AND I can't open a can with a conventional can opener.
by whscubana November 25, 2003
 
2.
bah
dissappointment, something to say when you have nothing else to say.
BAH, i hate him so much
by person June 09, 2003
 
3.
bah
The war cry of a sheep or goat.
Its an annoying sound, and it makes death come to your mind.

When a sheep goes bah, small children tend to soil themselves.
by HybridKitt August 11, 2006
 
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bah
"Bah" is an onomatopoeic (read: onomatopoeia) word that is generally used to portray a sense of frustration.

The word "bah" differs from other popular internet shorthand such as "lol" because it is not an accronym, but rather a word that sounds like it is spelled.
You mean it's going to cost me $200 to get my car fixed? Bah! That's a ripoff.
by Stephen Wood October 12, 2005
 
5.
bah
an expression of apathy stemming from frustration
"yo, you wanna go over stuff for the politics test next period"
"bah"
by al December 11, 2004
 
6.
bah
Can be use in a negative form such as "no."
Kirk: You are going to bork your cpu if you touch it when your not grounded.

Jordan: Bah, what a joke.
by stealth17 May 10, 2005
 
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Bah
Bah is a key component of the local dialect of regions such as Clonmel, Marlfield and Grange. Bah's origins are found in the alteration of the word 'boy.' This mispronunciation is used at the end of a sentence when greeting friends, associates and acquaintances alike. It can also be used to emphasize the importance of a statement. While the word may be frowned upon by the upper class of the aforementioned areas, its finest exponents consider it to be a fundamental part of day-to-day parley.
Jonathan: "Found a deadly picture of a young one taking a shit bah." ( Jonathan tells a friend that he found a picture worth seeing. )

Gearoid: "Flying through the Pokémon episodes bah." ( Gearoid informs his friend that he is watching Pokémon episodes and is possibly bored out of his proverbial tree.)

Shane: "Fair love me friends bah." ( Here, Shane uses the word to emphasize how much he loves his friends. )

Philip: "Well bah." ( A common greeting between the exponents of bah. Conversations like this are notorious for their length and content. )
by philipnoonan December 21, 2010