LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||30/SET/2007 10:20 AM|
As far as I know "Aye" is used in political circles to say that a vote is for somenthing (opposite of "nay" vote)or in poetry work as synomyn with "Yes or ever". The latter is deemed archaic nowadays.
Ah, a NAY voter is called a Nayer; a Aye one is named an Aye (without adding R).
In a nutshell Aye-positive vote or voter.
See you again, have a nice week.
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