Monday Muddle: aisle, isle, aile

I regularly see “isle” when “aisle” is meant, but the funny thing about that (for me) is that aisles are more like the river that flows around the islands of shelves. So it’s all kinds of backwards.

An “aile” isn’t English, but it still gets thrown into the mix now and then.

Monday Muddle: aisle: (n) a passage between rows of seats or between shelves. isle: (n) island. aile: (n) French for wing.