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Ailie

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Ailie is a fictional character from the 2012 film Day of the Flowers.

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Google previewPerfect Baby Names (2011)

A Parent's Guide to the Most Important Gift Ever Given by Ruthie Cheung, Rosie Cole

Ailie is a variant form.

Google previewThe Garland Encyclopedia of World Music (2017)

Europe by Timothy Rice, James Porter, Chris Goertzen

Ailie Munro, 124–137. Aberdeen: Scottish Cultural Press.

Google previewThe Chambers Crossword Dictionary, 3rd edition (2012)

by Chambers

Aggie, Agnes, Ailie, Ailsa, Aisha, Alexa, Alice, Allie, Amber, Amina, Anaïs, Angel, Angie, Anila, Anita, Annie, Annis, Annot, Aphra, April, Areta, Aruna, Avril, Aysha, Becky, Bella, Belle, Beryl, Bessy, Betsy, Betty, Biddy, Bride, Brona, Bunny, Bunty, Candy, Carla, Carly, Carol, Carys, Cathy, Celia, Cerys, Chère, Chloe, Chris, Ciara, Cindy, Cissy, Clara, Clare, Coral, Daisy, Debby, Debra, Delia, Della, Diana, Diane, Dilys, Dinah, Dolly, Donna, Doris, Edith, Effie, Eliza, Ellen, Ellie, Elsie, Emily, ...

Google previewThe Penguin Pocket Dictionary of Babies' Names (2005)

by David Pickering

Ailie See AILSA. Ailsa (f)Scottish name derived from a place name (from the isle of Ailsa Craigin theFirthof Clyde), presumably underthe influence of ELSA andsimilar.

Google previewDickens Dictionary (MAXNotes Literature Guides) (2015)

Chapel, Great Ailie Street. BETHLEHEM HOSPITAL. U. T. xiii. BETHNAL GREEN. 0. M. F. xliii. ; and U. T. x. BETHNAL GREEN ROAD. 0. T. xxi. BET. BETSY. Fagin's accomplice. O. T. ix. Wore a good deal of hair, not very neatly turned up behind. Note. — One of Fagin's female thieves and on rather friendly terms with Tom Chitling. BETLEY. Mr. C. S., Mrs. L. Lo. BETSEY. M. P., N. G. K. BETSEY. Maid of Britain (Mr. and Mrs.).

Google previewDictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction (2014)

by M.C. Rintoul

Henry Bertram Ailie ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

scalar, scaler, tailer, tailor, Taylor, trailer, wailer, waler, whaler blackmailer, curtailer, derailleur, detailer, entailer, inhaler, loud-haler, retailer, wassailer, wholesaler semitrailer — also -er forms of adjectives listed at ail ailey \ä-lë\ see aily ailful \äl-fal\ see aleful ailie \ä-lë\ see aily ailiff \ä-bf\ bailiff, caliph ailing \ä-lirj\ failing, grayling, mailing, paling, railing, sailing, tailing, veiling, whaling boardsailing, prevailing, retailing, self-mailing, unfailing parasailing, unavailing — also -ing forms of ...

Google previewThe Harvard Dictionary of Music (2003)

by Don Michael Randel

Ailie Munro and Morag MacLeod, The Democratic Muse: Folk Music Revival in Scotland (Aberdeen: Scottish Cultural Pr, 1997). G. W. Lockhart, Fiddles and Folk : A Celebration of the Re-Emergence of Scotland's Musical Heritage (Edinburgh: Luath, 1998). Scraper. An instrument made by cutting notches in a stick, bone, gourd, piece of bamboo, etc., and scraping with a stick or metal rod. See also Cog rattle, Giiim, Reco-reco, m Scrirtura [It.]. A contract, usually one drawn up between a ...

Google previewJamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1867)

In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Derived from Their Originals by John Jamieson

[ailie, A. Dewar ; Daer, also ...

Google previewAbbreviations Dictionary, Tenth Edition (2001)

by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen

AILAS Automatic Instrument Landing Approach System AILC American Indian Law Center AILC American International Law Cases Ailie Aileen; Alice; Alicia; Alison; Helen; Helena AILO Air Intelligence Liaison Office(r) AILS Advanced Integrated Landing System AILSA American Indian Law Students Association ailuroph ailurophile (fancier or lover of cats); ailurophobe ...

Google previewA Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1854)

by John Bernard Burke

AILIE FORT): A FAMILY HISTORY. BY THE AUTHOR OF “JOHN DRAYTON.” 3 v. “A work abounding in fascination of an irresistible kind.”—Observer. “A most charming and absorbing story.”—Critic. “The book throughout excites the interest of reality.”—Spectator. “'Ailieford' is the biography of the clever writer of 'John Drayton.” It is a deeply interesting tale.”—Britannia. C H A R L E S A U C H E S T E R. DEDICATED to the RIGHT Hon. B. DisrAELI. 3 vols. “The author has originality and ...

Google previewA General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire (1833)

by John Burke

En grace ailie. On grace depend. Cardigan, E. Grace, Bt. En la rose je fleurio. 1_/iourish in the rose. Richmond, D. En snivant la vorité. In following truth. Portsmouth, E. Erectus non elatus. Exalted not elated. Beaumont, Bt. Esperance en dieu. Hope in God. Northumborland, D. Beverley, E. Prudhoo, B. Essayez. Try. Dundas, B. ' Ease quam vidori. To be rather than to appear. Winterton, E. Croft, St. Paul, Boevoy, Bts. Esto quod esse videris.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1846)

In which the Words are Explained in Their Different Senses, Authorized by the Names of the Writers by Whom They are Used, Or the Titles of the Works in which They Occur, and Derived from Their Originals by John Jamieson

BONALAIS, Bon AILIE, BonnAILLIE, s. A drink taken with a friend, when one is about to part with him ; as expressive of one's wishing him a prosperous journey, S. Wallace–It is now generally pron. bonaillie, ...

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Scrabble value of A1I1L1I1E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 5 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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