What does the word ax mean?

Usage examples for ax

  1. I've the half- year's rent here in my pocket, so that I'll have money enough, and to spare; and I only ax ye, Phil, to tell Mary how the whole case is, and to take care of little Patsy for me till I come back- he's at your house now." – St. Patrick's Eve by Charles James Lever
  2. " I ha' summat to tell yo' an' sum- mat to ax yo'," she said, " an' I mun tell it to yo' alone. – "Seth" by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  3. That night, when Billy came to her room to see if she needed anything before retiring- an unfailing custom of the old man- Miss Ann was on the point of discussing with him the evident fatigue of their beloved young hostess, but before she could open the subject Billy said: " Miss Ann, I done got a big favor ter ax you. – The Comings of Cousin Ann by Emma Speed Sampson

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