Aiaia

Aiaia

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1. Aiaia – variant of Aeaea; see: Aeaea

Aeaea, Ææa or Eëä (Ancient Greek: Αἰαία, romanized: Aiaíā [ai̯.ǎi̯.aː]) was a mythological island said to be the home of the goddess-sorceress Circe.

In Homer’s Odyssey, Odysseus tells Alcinous that he stayed here for one year on his way home to Ithaca. Before leaving Aeaea,

Odysseus was given instructions by Circe about how to cross the ocean and assisted by the North Wind to reach the underworld.

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2. Aiaia: a bird, messenger of the god Kane in Hawaiian mythology.

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The All India Anglo-Indian Association (AIAIA) is an organisation representing the interests of Anglo-Indians.

It was founded in 1926 in colonial India by Sir Henry Gidney. It has sixty-two branches in all of India.

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