EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIL
Somethin' seemed to ail him and he couldn't make out what 'twas.
Weel, maybe I was thinkin' hoo I wad leuk at her gin onything did ail her.
Seek your sa' where you got your ail, and beg your barm where you buy your ale.
O, what can ail thee, knight at arms, So haggard and so woe-begone?
O, what can ail thee, knight at arms, Alone and palely loitering?
The adult ram is signified by the word "ayil," or "ail," and the ewe by "rakal."
No, nothing might ail him bodily; but mentally—ah, how much!
His shin and his knee are hardly to be seen to ail any thing.
The idea that he could ever ail in mind or body never occurred to her.
I trust I may be justified in telling thee that there is not much to ail my girl.