A' ae oo
comes from an imaginary conversation in Scots about wool, first
noted by Alan Ramsay in the glossary to his poems in 1721.
Customer ( Inquiring of the material ) :
Oo? ( Wool? ) Shopkeeper : Ay oo ( Yes, it's
made of wool ) Customer : A' oo? ( All wool? ) Shopkeeper : Ay, a' oo ( Yes, all
wool ) Customer : A' ae oo? ( All the
same wool ) Shopkeeper : Ay a' ae oo ( Yes all
the same wool ).
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