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ait

noun \ˈāt\

Definition of AIT

British
:  a little island

Origin of AIT

Middle English eyt, from Old English *ēget, by-form of īggoth, igeoth, from īg island — more at island
First Known Use: before 12th century

Other Geology Terms

anthracite, boulder, cwm, erratic, igneous, intrusive, mesa, sedimentary, silt, swale

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