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ae

[ey] /eɪ/
adjective, Scot.
1.
one.
Origin
Middle English (Scots) ā-, Old English ān one; cf. a1
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British Dictionary definitions for aest

ae

/e/
determiner
1.
(Scot) one; a single
Word Origin
from Old English ān

ae2

abbreviation
1.
United Arab Emirates
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Word Origin and History for aest

ae

see æ. As a word, it can represent Old English æ "law," especially law of nature or God's law; hence "legal custom, marriage."

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ae

Avestan

AE

  1. account executive
  2. adult education
  3. American English
  4. Armed Forces Europe
  5. atomic energy
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