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adjective \ˈā\

Definition of ae

chiefly Scottish

  1. :  one



Origin and Etymology of ae

Middle English (northern dialect) a, alteration of an


First Known Use: 1725


AE

abbreviation

Definition of AE

  1. American English




Æ

biographical name

Definition of Æ

  1. — see George William russell




Medical Dictionary

ae

abbreviation

Medical Definition of ae

  1. of age; aged



Variants of ae

or

aet

or

aetat

Origin and Etymology of ae

Latin aetatis


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  1. Medical Dictionary: Definition of ae Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about ae


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