ain

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adjective \ˈān\

Definition of ain

Scotland

  1. :  own

Origin and Etymology of ain

probably from Old Norse eiginn


First Known Use: 1721


Ain

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geographical name \ˈaⁿ\

Definition of Ain

  1. river 120 miles (195 kilometers) long in eastern France rising in the Jura Mountains and flowing south-southwest into the Rhône River

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