from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Ear of corn — Ainsworth
- n. An aisle — H. Swinburne
- n. An isle — Geoffrey Chaucer
- I’ll; contraction for I will or I shall
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Ear of corn.
- n. An aisle.
- n. An isle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The former and more correct spelling of isle.
- n. The former and more correct spelling of aisle.
- n. A form of ail.
- n. A dialectal form of oil.
- n. A hedgehog.
- n. A small flat insect found in the livers of sheep.
- n. Same as ileum.
- n. A former spelling of I'll, a colloquial contraction of I will.
- n. See -il.
Cleaning the Text-ile is probably difficult (compressed air dusters, anyone?), but the chair is the ultimate geek conversation piece, regardless.
Created by designers Dante Bonnucelli and Lamm for UMUL 2009 (Use More, Use Less), a workshop focusing on re-use in design, Text-ile is made out of discarded computer keyboards.
The related company, Les Machines de L’ile is a factory in Nantes where the creatures are created.
And aftre men fynden there an ile, that is clept Crues: and thidre comen marchantes of Venyse and Gene and of other marches, for to byen marchandyses.
Seynt George, and by the see, where Seynt Nycholas lyethe, and toward many other places: first men gothe to an ile, that is clept
Fro that ile, men gon be see to another ile, that is clept
And whoso will go be watre, be the brace of Seynt George, and by the see, where Seynt Nycholas lyethe, and toward many other places: first men gothe to an ile, that is clept Sylo.
Fro that ile, men gon be see to another ile, that is clept Chana, where is gret plentee of corn and wyn: and it was wont to ben a gret ile, and a gret havene and a good; but the see hathe gretly wasted it and overcomen it The kyng of that contree was wont to ben so strong and so myghty, that he helde werre azenst King Alisandre.
[= 'water-got big'] the water rhododendron: mich'ile'-ne: s [= 'its feathers-wide'] has gotten high (in the river), it is rising rhododendron (Rhododendron californicum) • dahdiwilxit '
Your father's not got to talk business w'ile 'e's so bad.