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Alteration (influenced by isle) (French aile wing) of Middle English ele from Old French wing of a building from Latin āla
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Middle French aisle (Modern French aile) from Latin ala.
Their leader eyed a family of five walking across the aisle towards their car.
Make sure not to block the aisle with your shopping cart!
All heads turned as soon as the bride began walking down the aisle.
The central aisle is wider than the others, the columns being arranged by threes.
The beautiful cathedral has a wide center aisle that leads to the altar.
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