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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Scots Own.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A suffix of Latin origin, occurring unfelt in English nouns, as in chieftain, captain, chaplain, curtain, and, as originally, in adjectives, as in certain, etc. It is a Middle English and Old French form of -an (which see).
- n. The eighteenth letter of the Arabic alphabet, having a vibratory palatal sound without any equivalent in English.
- n. A spring; a fountain. See the extract.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. belonging to or on behalf of a specified person especially one's self; preceded by a possessive.
- adj. belonging to or on behalf of a specified person (especially yourself); preceded by a possessive
“Ef all de ghostes say dey ain 'no ghosts, dey _ain'_ no ghosts. ”
“Hoover Electrolux fixed it ... the title ain't html”
“O boyi .... why do people write such titles ... the title ain't this: |”
“_on loan_; small wollum -- the title ain't clear, ah!”
“Besides, this night - drivin 'ain't good for my complexion.”
“But fifteen pounds off without trainin 'ain't condition, Then I'd been drinkin' pretty regular, an 'I didn't have my wind.”
“The trick then was to get it into the hands of as many nice book-buyers as possible -- so I took it upon myself to hang around the books and pimp them like pimpin 'ain't dead.”
“Beantown Blues: Home cookin 'ain't what it used to be for the Boston Red Sox.”
“_Mushtarik_, or words which have several significations, as the Arabic word "'ain," which may mean an eye, a fountain, or the sun.”
“Read! no, missis, guess readin 'ain't no good for servants.”
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