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It was noted to editors, in the etymological dictionary that has been excised from Wikipedia, that this word is not of Tamil origin. Uncle G 11:27, 3 Mar 2005 (UTC)


It isn't pronounced like that everywhere. "Eit" is not the common pronunciation for the Northern Irish Dialect, it's more like the diphthong in mate ("i(as in meet)-i(as in it)t basically.

Some Britsh dialects also use "ait" instead. 13:34, 24 June 2007 (UTC)

RFC discussion: November–December 2010[edit]

See Talk:0#RFC discussion: November–December 2010.