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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English ayel, aiel, from Old French aiol, aiel, a diminutive of Latin avus (grandfather).

NounEdit

ayle

  1. (obsolete) A grandfather.
    The Writ of Ayle was an ancient English writ which lay against a stranger who had dispossessed the demandant of land of which his grandfather died seized.

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NounEdit

ayle

  1. family

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