Definitions for aineɪn
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Origin of ain:
1700–25; repr. OE ǣgen or ON eiginn
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"
One of the du00E9partements of Rhu00F4ne-Alpes, France (INSEE code 01)
A river in France which flows from the Jura Mountains into the Rhu00F4ne River.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a French river, has its source in the Jura Mts., and falls into the Rhône; also a department of France between the Rhône and Savoy.