Old EnglishspEnglish
Ail nBothers, troubles, ills, affliction, indisposes. 2. ailment, illness, sickness.
Ail vbTo cause to suffer, trouble, afflict. 2. to interfere with, obstruct, prevent.
Ail adjLoathsome, troublesome.
Ailing nThe awn of the barley.
Ailing adjPainful, troublesome, unwell.
Ailing phr"Be Ailing" - be ill.
Ait n.Islet, isle, eyot in a river or stream. 2. an island in a river, esp. in the River Thames.
Aitland n.Island
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