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Etymology 1 edit

From Hebrew הָעַי(ha-'ai, the heap of ruins).

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  1. (biblical) An ancient Canaanite royal city mentioned in the Book of Joshua, popularly believed to be the modern archeological site Et-Tell.
  2. (biblical) An ancient city mentioned in Jeremiah 49:3 of unknown location, possibly the same city as definition 1.
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Etymology 2 edit

From Japanese Ai.

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  1. A female given name from Japanese.

Etymology 3 edit

Borrowed from Chinese (Ài).

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Ai (plural Ais)

  1. A surname from Chinese.
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  • According to the 2010 United States Census, Ai is the 36379th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 615 individuals. Ai is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (82.44%) individuals.

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  • "Ai" in Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary.

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  1. The fourth letter of the Angami alphabet, written in the Latin script.

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  • Ägg
  • Egg (Paderbornisch, Osnabrückisch, Lippisch) (plural Egger)
  • Eug (Lippisch) (plural Euger)
  • Egger (plural; Sauerländisch)

Etymology edit

From Middle Low German ei, from Old Saxon ei, from Proto-Germanic *ajją.

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Ai n (plural Aier or Ägger)

  1. (Westphalian) egg

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  1. Rōmaji transcription of あい

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Ai f

  1. (biblical) Ai (an ancient city in Canaan, mentioned in the Book of Joshua)
  2. (biblical) Ai (an ancient city mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah)