Hhhhh is an internet slang term used in Chinese online communication to represent laughter, specifically mimicking the sound of laughter similar to “haha” or “lol” in English. It’s derived from the Chinese character “哈” (hā), which phonetically represents laughter. Chinese speakers may write laughter as “哈哈哈” (hāhāhā) or simply “hhhh” to express amusement or laughter in text-based conversations.

In casual online interactions, “hhhh” is commonly used as a response to something funny or amusing.

Example Usage:

  1. Person A: You want to go out to KTV tonight?
  2. Person B: I cannot, I am working overtime tonight.
  3. Person A: hhhhh, have fun.
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