[ey, e] /eɪ, ɛ/
(an interrogative utterance, usually expressing surprise or doubt or seeking confirmation).
an exclamation used to express questioning surprise or to seek the repetition or confirmation of a statement or question: Eh? What did you say?
1560s as an exclamation of sorrow; with questions, from 1773.
/A/. Software Portability Group, U Waterloo. A typeless language derived from (and similar to) B. Provides guaranteed order of evaluation for side effects in expressions. Also character indexing operators.
See also Zed.
[“Eh Reference Manual”, R.S.C. Braga, RR CS-76-45, U Waterloo, Nov 1976].
The country code for Western Sahara.
Engrossed in House
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