ae

adjective \ ˈā \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of ae

chiefly Scotland
: one

Origin and Etymology of ae

Old Scots & northern Middle English a, variant (before consonants) of an, going back to Old English ān — more at 1one


AE

abbreviation

Definition of AE

American English

Æ

biographical name

Definition of Æ

— see George William russell

Medical Dictionary

ae

abbreviation
variants: or aet or aetat

medical Definition of ae

of age; aged

Origin and Etymology of ae

Latin aetatis


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