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EtymologyEdit

From Old French aiol (French aïeul), from a Proto-Romance (Vulgar Latin) diminutive, *aviolus, of Latin avus (grandfather).

NounEdit

aiel (plural aiels)

  1. A grandfather.
    I am þyn aiel, redy at þy wille. (Chaucer, The Knight's Tale)

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