ail n : aromatic bulb used as seasoning [syn: garlic]
1 be unwell, ill, or ill disposed
Etymology 1From Old English eġlian "to trouble".
An ailment; trouble; illness
- Finnish: vaiva
to be ill
Etymology 2From Old English eġl.
- Homophones: aille
Nounail m (plural ails or, rarely, aulx)
Ail or AIL may refer to:
ail in French: Ail
ail in Italian: AIL
ail in Occitan (post 1500): Alh
ache, afflict, agonize, anguish, be affected with, be the matter, beset, bite, blanch, blench, bother, burn, chafe, complain of, complicate matters, concern, convulse, crucify, cut, discommode, distress, disturb, excruciate, feel ill, feel pain, feel the pangs, fester, fret, gall, give pain, gnaw, grate, grimace, grind, gripe, harass, harrow, have a misery, hurt, inconvenience, inflame, inflict pain, irk, irritate, kill by inches, labor under, lacerate, martyr, martyrize, nip, pain, perplex, perturb, pierce, pinch, plague, pother, pound, prick, prolong the agony, put out, put to it, put to torture, puzzle, rack, rankle, rasp, rub, shoot, shrink, smart, stab, sting, suffer, thrill, throb, tingle, torment, torture, trouble, try, tweak, twinge, twist, twitch, upset, vex, wince, worry, wound, wring, writhe