Let my beloved come into his garn, an ait his pleasant fruits.
But ther, you be 'ungry, and you aan't 'ad nothin' to ait for a long time.
Dolus autem malus in simulatione, ut ait Aquilius, continetur.
One of the most antient names of the Nile was Ait, or Αετος.
The little one below it, called Queen's ait, now belongs to the Eton boys, who have built a small cottage on it.
I hope you didn't act the villain on me: for she looks at me as if she could ait me widout salt.
"Me id rady he'd get us sometin' to ait fust, mammy; I'm starvin' wid hungry;" and the poor child began to cry for food.
It's no work he's had for five wakes, and it's mighty little we have aither to ait or to wear.
Cuius cum pater uiuidam experiretur uirtutem, "Unicum adhuc," ait, "et regni et uit nostr superest asylum."
Et cum puellam expectasset, ait regina: "Sede fili dum ueniat aduocata."