Origin of ane
Words nearby ane
Other definitions for ane (2 of 2)
Origin of -ane
How to use ane in a sentence
Think on him but as ane wha was running post to the devil, and got a shouldering from your lordship to help him on his journey.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
Among the Aryan nations an meant mind, and this term is clearly responsible for inane or without ane.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
If it was the ane ye mean, it a' gaed to bits, an' I think they burned it.
It was on ane o' thae nights 'at a mason fell off the rafters an' broke his leg.
I wouldna wonder but what it was some laddies 'at set them at ane another.'