from The Century Dictionary.
ay me!under ay.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The utterance of the ejaculation “Ay me !” [Obs.] See
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- noun obsolete The utterance of the ejaculation "Ay me!"
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May 18, 2009 at 12:16 pm dats it, ayme movin tew TTI! it was in teh 90′s heer dis weekend!
He payged throo it and ayme up with this wurd, which left her speechless . . .
June 13th, 2009 at 5: 09 pm PDT heh, im having a problem with tweet deck right now! reply ayme
But, because such things as are without meane or measure, are subject to no long continuance: I, who began the motion, whereby this societie is thus assembled, and ayme at the long lasting thereof, doe hold it verie convenient, that wee should all agree, to have one chiefe
This flintie Princesse, ayme cryes to the hower, On which to looke, kinde eies no force could force.
The great Commaunder of this little Barke, Which like an Eglet armes the Eagles side, Was _Midleton_, the ayme of Honors marke,
Not shoote them forth with faultie ayme and strength, 65
Wherein I ayme at nothing but to display my selfe, who peradventure (if a new prentiship change me) shall be another tomorrow.
How shall we, naie how may we ayme at the Venetian, at the Romane, at the Lombard, at the Neapolitane, at so manie, and so much differing Dialects, and
But I would not attempt anything rashly, for fear of missing my ayme; especially I would avoide spilling blood.