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See also Ile, and île

English

Etymology 1

Anglo Saxon egl

Noun

ile

  1. (obsolete) Ear of corn — Ainsworth

Etymology 2

See aisle.

Noun

ile

  1. (obsolete) An aisle — H. Swinburne

Etymology 3

See isle

Noun

ile

  1. (obsolete) An isle — Chaucer

Etymology 4

See I'll

Contraction

ile

  1. (Archaic English): I’ll; contraction for I will or I shall

"Why then Ile fit you." — T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land


Basque

Noun

ile

  1. hair

Danish

Verb

ile

  1. hurry

Latin

Noun

ile (ilis) n. (plural: ilia, ilium)

  1. intestines, guts

Turkish

Conjunction

ile

  1. with, and

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