aht (comparative more aht, superlative most aht)

  1. Pronunciation spelling of out.
    • 1897, W. Somerset Maugham, Liza of Lambeth[1]:
      'Git aht!' said Liza, pushing him away, not too gently.
    • 1909, H. G. Wells, Ann Veronica[2]:
      "Kick aht at 'em!" though, indeed, she went now with Christian meekness, resenting only the thrusting policemen's hands.
    • 1916, Various, Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, February 23, 1916[3]:
      "Look aht, Percy," enjoined a hollow but reassuring voice, "'ere comes another!"