Aisle (noun)

  1. A passage between rows of seats in a theater, church, or other public building.
  2. A passageway in a supermarket or other retail store that separates different areas or sections.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french aiselle, from latin ala "wing" (because the aisle was originally a space between the seats and the wall, like the wing of a bird).

Examples:

  1. He walked down the aisle of the church on his wedding day.
  2. Please make your way to the aisle for emergency exits.
  3. I saw her in the aisle of the grocery store.
  4. The bride walked down the aisle with her father.
  5. The aisle of the bookstore was filled with bestsellers.
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