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Æ US English

A ligatured letter used in Old English to represent either a long sound like that in modern American English hair or the short vowel of hat; currently used in some phonetic alphabets to represent the vowel of hat, which is symbolized in this dictionary by a(see ash)

Æ New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old English letter representing a vowel intermediate between a and e; ash

AE US English

Autoexposure

-ae US English

Forming plural nouns:

æ in Æ US English

A ligatured letter used in Old English to represent either a long sound like that in modern American English hair or the short vowel of hat; currently used in some phonetic alphabets to represent the vowel of hat, which is symbolized in this dictionary by a(see ash)

primeval New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

of the earliest time in history

Housman, A. E. US English

(1859–1936), English poet and classical scholar; full name Alfred Edward Housman. He is chiefly remembered for his poems collected in A Shropshire Lad (1896)