Hebrew - ate, certainly have eaten, eaten, eaten at all, eaten freely, eater, eater's, moth-eaten
ATE, The preterite of eat, which see.
ATE, n. a'ty. Gr. mischief; to hurt. Ate is a personification of evil, mischief or malice.
In pagan mythology, the goddess of mischief, who was cast down from heaven by Jupiter.
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