Annoyance vs Tchah - What's the difference?

annoyance | tchah |

As a noun annoyance

is (countable) that which annoys.

As an interjection tchah is

expressing distaste or annoyance.



Alternative forms

* annoyaunce (obsolete)


(wikipedia annoyance)
  • (countable) That which annoys.
  • (countable) An act or instance of annoying.
  • (uncountable) The psychological state of being annoyed or irritated.
  • Synonyms

    * nark




    (en interjection)
  • Expressing distaste or annoyance.
  • * 1890 , George Manville Fenn, Eli's children: the chronicles of an unhappy family
  • Tchah ! he wouldn't have cared to stay. He dines late and fashionable-like at home.
  • * 1968 , Bernard Victor Dryer, The torch bearers: a novel
  • Tchah ! I was stopped by two security patrols. First the Federals, they at least have some discipline, but the second! Aie, you know our municipales? Brutos. Worse than cops on TV, bang, bang.
  • * 2005 , Ann English, Morning's Glory
  • Tchah ! She had to get him out the door. Did she say “No” to his latest impertinence? She must've, she supposed.


    * pah