Origin of aye-aye
Examples from the Web for aye-aye
The aye-aye, in every point of its structure, like every created thing, is full of design.Heads and Tales|Various
Sometimes, however, they catch it by mistake, finding an aye-aye in a trap which has been set for lemurs.The Animal World, A Book of Natural History|Theodore Wood
After dancing and roaring till he was tired he picked up the aye-aye and marched on, talking loud.The Woodlands Orchids|Frederick Boyle
Aye-aye (ī-ī; Cheirŏmys madagascariensis), an animal of Madagascar, so called from its cry; now referred to the lemur family.
Just at sunset the aye-aye crept from under his blanket, yawned, stretched and betook himself to his tree.Natural History in Anecdote|Various