Italian edit

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ài

  1. Obsolete spelling of hai, second-person singular present indicative of avere

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Mandarin edit

Alternative forms edit

  • ainonstandard

Romanization edit

ài (ai4, Zhuyin ㄞˋ)

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trad.
simpl.

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Noun edit

ài (POJ, traditional , simplified )

  1. love

Verb edit

ài (POJ, traditional , simplified )

  1. to love; to like; to be fond of
  2. want; must; need

See also edit

  • (Mandarin) (yào, “want; must; need”)

References edit

  • “愛”, in On-line Taiwanese/Mandarin Dictionary (台文/華文線頂辭典)[1] (in Taiwanese/English), accessed 2011-01-29, archived from the original on 2011-05-29

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ài m (plural) (Castel Bolognese)

  1. garlic
    Ài zóvenUnpicked unripe garlic