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aye, aye, eye, eye, I, I
aye (IGH as in hIGH) (interjection)
"Yes", used especially in Scotland and in the language of sailors: The sailor said, "Aye, aye, sir!" when the captain gave him an order.
aye (IGH as in hIGH) (noun)
Applied to indicate an affirmative or yes vote: All in favor, say "aye".
There are six nays and twelve ayes, so the ayes have it.
eye (IGH) (noun)
That part of the body used for seeing or the organ of vision in animals: Roscoe is wearing a patch over one eye and Rob has something in his eye.
eye (IGH) (verb)
To watch or to look at someone or something in a very close or careful way: The guards were instructed to eye everyone who entered the bank; especially, because of the recent robbery that took place there.
i, I (IGH as in hIGH) (noun)
The ninth letter of the English alphabet: The word "ice" begins with an i.
i, I (IGH as in hIGH) (pronoun)
A person who is speaking or writing; used as the subject of a verb: I feel fine, but I think that I should leave now.

"Aye, Aye, Sir", said I when asked to eye the horizon.

I; unus, primus
Cardinal: one, Ordinal: first
This entry is located in the following unit: Roman Numerals + (page 1)
input/output, I/O
Ports on a reader.

Users can connect devices; such as, an electronic eye to the input port so that when an object breaks the beam of the electronic eye the reader begins reading.

Devices can also be connected to an output part, so that when a tag is read, a conveyor is turned on or a dock door opened.

This entry is located in the following unit: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): Definitions (page 5)
Units related to: “i
(lists of "I" sections that are organized into what for some people are confusing groups of words)
(Latin: I, self)
(establishments that often forget that in “business”, the "u" comes before the "i")