See also: août and Août

EnglishEdit

PrepositionEdit

aout

  1. (rare) Eye dialect spelling of out.
    • 1895, Harry Jones, Fifty Years: Or, Dead Leaves and Living Seeds, page 144
      ... and aout he come rasher nor iver, knockin' here and knockin' there, tell you couldn't hardly sleep for he.
    • 1919, Thomas Burke, Out and about London, page 115
      Git aout, else I'll split yer faice !
    • 1936, H.P. Lovecraft, "Shadow Over Innsmouth":
      Ye see, they was able to live both in ant aout o' water–what they call amphibians, I guess.

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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ut/
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NounEdit

aout m (plural aouts)

  1. Post-1990 spelling of août.

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