Definition of aweel in English:

aweel

Pronunciation /əˈwiːl/

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adverb

Scottish
  • Used to introduce a remark or statement, now especially so as to express acceptance or resignation of a state of affairs already indicated.

    Aweel functions as a discourse marker with the same range of roles as well; see the note at "well" for a fuller explanation.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Alexander Wilson (1766–1813), ornithologist and poet. Representing a Scots pronunciation of ah well.