ain definition

  • adjective:
    • Scots Very Own.
    • owned by or for a specified person especially a person's self; preceded by a possessive.
    • belonging to or on behalf of a specified person (especially yourself); preceded by a possessive
    • Scots Own.
    • owned by or on behalf of a specified individual specifically an individual's self; preceded by a possessive.
    • owned by or with respect to a specified person (especially yourself); preceded by a possessive
  • others:
    • Own.
    • A suffix of Latin origin, occurring unfelt in English nouns, like in chieftain, captain, chaplain, curtain, and, as originally, in adjectives, as in particular, etc. It really is a Middle English and Old French kind of -an (which see).
    • Very Own.
    • A suffix of Latin origin, occurring unfelt in English nouns, as with chieftain, captain, chaplain, curtain, and, because originally, in adjectives, such as specific, etc. Its a Middle English and Old French form of -an (which see).
  • noun:
    • The eighteenth page of this Arabic alphabet, having a vibratory palatal sound without having any equivalent in English.
    • A spring; a fountain. See the herb.
    • The eighteenth letter of Arabic alphabet, having a vibratory palatal sound without any equivalent in English.
    • A spring; a fountain. Look at herb.

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