ayah

native nurse or servant maid (elsewhere in the Far East, e.g. Hong Kong, also known as amah)

Ayah

Although meaning `verse` when using the Qur`an, it is doubtful whether `ayah` means anything other than `sign` or `remarkable event` in the Qur`an`s text. The `signs` refer to various phenomena, ranging from the universe, its creation, the alternation between day and night, rainfall, the life and growth plants, etc. Other references a...
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ayah

[n] - an Indian nursemaid who looks after children
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Ayah

• (n.) A native nurse for children; also, a lady`s maid.
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ayah

noun an Indian nursemaid who looks after children
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Ayah

India and South East AsiaNative nurse or lady's maid. (From Portugese)
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Ayah

A'yah noun [ Portuguese aia , akin to Spanish aya a governess, ayo a tutor.] A native nurse for children; also, a lady's maid. [ India]
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Ayah

Ayah is an English name for girls. The meaning is `woven silk` The name Ayah is most commonly given to Belgian girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Aya, Alle, Joya, Eyo, Ja-, Jae, Jaya, Jay, Jeh Similar names are: Adah, Alah, Asyah, Avah, Nyah
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Ayah

Formerly an ayah was the British name given to a native Hindu nurse or lady's maid.
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