Ain-Tab

Ain-Tab, a Syrian garrison town 60 m. NE. of Aleppo; trade in hides, leather, and cotton.

Population (circa 1900) given as 20,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ainsworth, W. H. * Aird, Thomas
Aikman, W.
Ailly, Pierre d'
Ailsa Craig
Aimard, Gustave
Aimé, St.
Ain
Ainmiller
Ai`nos
Ainsworth, R.
Ainsworth, W. H.
Ain-Tab
Aird, Thomas
Airdrie
Airds Moss
Aire
Airy, Sir G. B.
Aisne
Aïsse, Mlle.
Aiton, Wm.
Aitzema, Leo
Aix