Origin of anes
Middle English, Old English, equivalent to ān one + -es adv. genitive suffix
Origin of ane
1350–1400; Middle English (North) an, variant of on one
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Examples from the Web for anes
Twa heads are better than ane, though they're but sheep's anes.The Proverbs of Scotland
Originally for then anes, for the once; where then is the dat.
Anes gehwilces geleaffulles mannes md is Godes hs, swa swa se apostol cw, "Godes tempel is halig, t ge sind."
God bless you, Mr MLevy; yeve saved mony a anes property, and yere sent here this night to save mine.At War with Society or, Tales of the Outcasts
It's no the same to him as to the like o' us, that can sleep ony gate an anes our wames are fu'.The Antiquary, Complete
Sir Walter Scott
- a Scottish word for one
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