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First a bit of background: the “ae” in these words comes from a Latin diphthong* that linguists believe was pronounced like the English "long i," the vowel sound in my.What does the symbol [æ] mean in the alphabet?
The symbol [æ] is also used in the International Phonetic Alphabet to denote a near-open front unrounded vowel like in the word cat in many dialects of Modern English, which is the sound that was most likely represented by the Old English letter.What does 'AE' mean in English?
In a few words, like aesthetic (\es-ˈthe-tik\ play ), "ae" makes the "short e" sound in the word met. What's clear once we get all this out on the page is that "ae" is a confusing little unit for English speakers.How do you pronounce the E in aegis?
In aegis the "ae" can be pronounced as a "long e" or "long a": ˈē-jəs play or ˈā-jəs . The second option makes good sense to English speakers, who are used to "e" making vowels long: think of tie and toe—and the names Mae and Rae. In a few words, like aesthetic (es-ˈthe-tik play ), "ae" makes the "short e" sound in the word met.