Used when the last letter of a word is 'a' which is going to be suffixed by 'ed' or any suffixes beginning with 'e'.
"I've karmæd you already, karma whore!"
Æ/æ is a letter found in Icelandic, norwegian, and other scandinavian languages. It originated from Latin and makes different sounds depending on what language is being spoken.
Icelandic and Latin: pronounced like the english word 'eye'
Norwegian: like english 'a' in 'cat'
Anglo Saxon: like english 'a' in 'cat'
Æternum, latin word for eternity
Character used in Latin a lot, and still is used in the archaic spellings of some words today. Most of the time, if you spell a word with æ when it doesn't need to be spelled that way, people think you're an uppity bastard.
egyptian -> ægyptian
fairy -> færie
anemia -> anæmia
hemoglobin -> hæmoglobin
hyena -> hyæna
medieval -> mediæval
pedophile -> pædophile
premium -> præmium
eon -> æon
"A mediæval pædophile ate a præmium ægyptian hyæna færie's hæmoglobin æons ago."
AE is the shortened name of American Eagle
. AE is widely popular with teenagers and you can find the usual staples such as faded jeans and vintage tees. American Eagle
is often compared to Abercrombie
due to their similar products, although AE is less expensive and more conservative.
Becka: Look at these cute jeans I got at AE!
Ashley: OMG! So cute and I bet they were cheaper than Abercrombie
Becka: U know it!
another word to agree. often associated with yes, aye, yeah, yep etc, also can mean 'what?' when wanting to ask something quickly whilst confused.
Gordon; "i well want to get in her pants ae?'
William; "nah man, too good for you fam'
Maria; "whats with her hair, its got split ends up the shaft"
Maria; "her hair looks well bad."
AE mystical undefined word in most Japanese camera instruction manuals.
It stands for Automatic Exposure.
Abreviation of "Asian Edition" which basically means anything dodgy or cheap et al "Made in China"
Your TV is a little AE
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