- Archaic. to pay the penalty of.
- to endure; continue.
- to undergo suffering as a penalty.
Origin of aby
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Examples from the Web for aby
“Aby Rosen and the Mugrabis just bought ten pieces” he said.The Coolest Works at Frieze
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Mark my words, Aby—that acting of yours will do your business.
"Spare your 'my dears,' venerable apostate, and open it," said Aby.
The unhappy Aby spun like a top into the corner of the passage.
Youd pull the bananas off a blind mans pushcart to bring to your Aby.
Aby was hollering and pulling me to take him to kindergarten.
- (tr) archaic to pay the penalty for; redeem
Old English ābycgan to pay for, atone for, from bycgan to buy
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