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I don't find アィヌ as an adjective in the second edition of Batchelor's dictionary. It is listed as a noun and in combinations, such as ainu-kut (a man's throat) and ainu-kuwa (a man's grave mark). I do not see this as an adjective in the Talking Dictionary or in Tommy's Aynu Online Dictionary. Moreover, in the Japanese Wiktionary, ja:aynu is listed only as a noun, not an adjective or verb. Britannic124 cites the third edition when creating the entry with the adjective; I wonder whether this was inferred from the combination forms. BB12 (talk) 08:24, 16 September 2013 (UTC)