Complete Definition of "ey"

English

Etymology 1
Old English æg|ǣġ.

Noun
ey (obsolete since the sixteenth century)

  1. obsolete An egg.

Etymology 2
wikipedia|Spivak pronouns
Coined by w:Michael Spivak|Michael Spivak by removing the "th" from they.

Pronoun
ey (singular)

  1. rfv-sense Gender-neutral subject pronoun (=he/she/they)

Icelandic

Noun
ey f.

  1. island

Category:Icelandic nouns
Category:Obsolete


Somali

Noun
ey

  1. dog|Dog.

Category:Somali nouns
Category:so:Mammals

de:ey
es:ey
fr:ey
io:ey
is:ey
ku:ey
ja:ey
pl:ey
ru:ey
fi:ey
tr:ey

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