Aia (; ) is a small village situated on the slopes of Mount Pagoeta in the Basque province of Gipuzkoa, Spain. It is located 30 km to the west of Donostia-San Sebastián and about 10 km inland from the coastal town of Zarautz. Aia is set amongst hills and forests, and surrounded by mountains. The town still retains its ancient character, with the large Church of San Esteban building as an impressive centrepiece. The population of Aia has gradually declined since the 1950s, to a population of 1,750 in 2005.
n. (alternative spelling of ayah English)
Usage examples of "aia".
Ages prior, a Greek named Homer had regaled his listeners by extolling the herculean exploits of Achilles, Odysseus, Telamonian Aias, Diomedes and company.
To Gorgidas, who was directly in back of the tribune Marcus seemed like Aias battling Hektor in the Iliadoutmatched, baffled, but too mulish to yield an inch except by dying.