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Aín

Aín (Spanish: Ahín) is a town in eastern Spain, in the province of Castellón, part of the autonomous community of Valencia.

It is home to a 13th-century castle.

Ain (mythology)

In Irish mythology, Ain and her sister wrote the Brehon Laws which protected the rights of women.

Category:Irish mythology

Ain (river)

''This article is for the river in France. For the river in the Haida Gwaii archipelago in Canada, see Ain River (Haida Gwaii)

The Ain is a river in eastern France. It gave its name to the Ain department. In the Franco-Provençal language it is known as the En.

Ain (disambiguation)

Ain is a département of France.

Ain or AIN may also refer to:

Ain (Bible)

Ain (; from the Hebrew עין for spring) was a Levitical city in the ancient Tribe of Judah territory. It is referred to in the Bible in the Book of Joshua as a city allotted to the tribe of Judah and as a village allotted to the tribe of Simeon, whose territory lay within the land allotted to the tribe of Judah. Ain was one of the southernmost cities of Judah, towards the Dead Sea coast of Edom, on the border of the Negev between Shilhim and Rimmon.

Ain (spring)

An ain is a spring in North Africa, which reaches the surface as a result of an artesian basin and is of particular importance in arid regions. It can produce a flow of water directly or result in evaporitic saline crusts. Known examples are found in the oases of the Tunisian region of Bled el Djerid and in the entire area around the depressions of Chott el Djerid and Chott el Gharsa. Here, there are water-bearing strata, usually of sand or sandstone, that act as aquifers in their function.

Category:Springs (hydrology)

Ain (film)

Ain is a Malayalam film written and directed by Sidhartha Siva and starring Musthafa and Rachana in the lead roles. Set in a Muslim household in Malabar, the film revolves around a lazy but innocent and vulnerable Muslim youth who happens to witness a murder and escapes to Mangalore. The film released in selected theatres in Kerala on 25 September 2015.

The film bagged the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam while Musthafa got a Special Jury Mention for his acting in the film. The film also won the Padmarajan Award. The original musical score was composed, arranged, programmed and produced by Rahul Raj.

WordNet

ain

adj. belonging to or on behalf of a specified person (especially yourself); preceded by a possessive; "for your own use"; "do your own thing"; "she makes her own clothes"; "`ain' is Scottish" [syn: own(a)]

The Collaborative International Dictionary

ain

ain \ain\ adj. 1. belonging to or on behalf of a specified person especially one's self; preceded by a possessive. `my ain' is Scottish

Syn: own(prenominal).

Wiktionary

ain

n. 1 One of the départements of Rhône-Alpes, France (INSEE code 01) 2 A river in France which flows from the Jura Mountains into the Rhône River.

Usage examples of "ain".

Your ain een, at a time when you were in no condition to see clear, and forbye you were on the top of a tree, and it was in the mid of the night.

As she said herself in her own truthful way, she ain never said nothin gainst Nile.

Lairds should bide in their ain houses if the land is to have any gude of them.

You will gang your own ways, and some day others will play the tyrant over you and give you your ain kail through the reek.

Moreover, he had a sorning way with him, that the genteeler sort could na abide, for he was for ever going from house to house about tea-time, to save his ain canister.

Yonder taks a long bend to the south afore it wins to the sea, and besides, Yondermouth is a well-kenned fisher toun where lawless doings wad be bridled--a toun like our ain Leven or Anster.

I tell you, sirs, this war which has hitherto been fought among Hieland glens will soon be at our ain doorcheeks, and our puir folk will be called to testify, not with voice and word and the scart of a pen, but with sufferings and revilings and bloody murderings.

The clever deevil had his entrails in his breest and his hert in his belly, and regairdet neither God nor his ain mither.

We must likewise take notice of those common names, by which places are distinguished, such as Kir, Caer, Kiriath, Carta, Air, Col, Cala, Beth, Ai, Ain, Caph, and Cephas.

I tell you, sirs, this war which has hitherto been fought among Hieland glens will soon be at our ain doorcheeks, and our puir folk will be called to testify, not with voice and word and the scart of a pen, but with sufferings and revilings and bloody murderings.

Ye huv tae look oot fir the cunt sometimes, because eh goes ehs ain wey n sometimes people git the wrong idea.

So my gudesire, to ease his ain heart, mair than from any hope of help, told him the story from beginning to end.

You get cracked, man, first word out you mouth gone be Hardcore, ain that right?

Think how ye can tell your ain children, the best knicht in the world saved ye.

It gars him fling his heid back, and set his een richt afore him--no turn them in upo his ain inside!