Hyah vs Ayah - What's the difference?
As an interjection hyah
is a call, often to horses, livestock, or cattle, to move forward or proceed or hyah
can be (martial arts) a vocalisation used when performing a technique or striking a blow.
As a noun ayah is
a verse in the quran.
Perhaps from a variant of
a call, often to horses, livestock, or cattle, to move forward or proceed
- Hyah''', mule! '''Hyah !
Variation of kiai.
(martial arts) a vocalisation used when performing a technique or striking a blow
A verse in the Quran.
A native female servant or maid, especially working for Europeans in South Asia.
* 1888 , Rudyard Kipling, ‘Watches of the Night’, Plain Tales from the Hills , Folio 2005, p. 59:
- She manufactured the Station scandal, and—talked to her ayah .