An island in a river, especially the River Thames in England.
A too-low number of platelets in one's blood, especially a newborn's or fetus', due to alloimmunity.
Origin: of alloimmune thrombocytopenia.
an islet, or little isle, in a river or lake; an eyot
Origin: [AS. , , perh. dim. of eg, g, island. See Eyot.]
An ait is a small island. It is especially used to refer to river islands found on the River Thames and its tributaries in England. Aits are typically formed by the deposition of sediment in the water, which accumulates over a period of time. An ait is characteristically long and narrow, and may become a permanent island. However, aits may also be eroded: the resulting sediment is deposited further downstream and could result in another ait. A channel with numerous aits is called a braided channel.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
āt, n. a small island in a river or lake. [A.S. forms, íget, ígeoth, supply the key to the word, but its history is obscure.]
tia, Tia, TIA
The numerical value of AIT in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of AIT in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
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Si Dieu me prête vie, je ferai qu'il n'y aura point de laboureur en mon royaume qui n'ait les moyens d'avoir le dimanche une poule dans son pot.
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