Ajy also known as Adzhi or Uch-Adzhi is a town in eastern Turkmenistan. It is located in Lebap Province formerly known as Çärjew and lies on the Amu Darya river.
The Ajyad Fortress (Turkish: Ecyad Kalesi; Arabic: قلعة أجياد) was an Ottoman citadel which stood on a hill overlooking the Grand Mosque of Mecca, in what is now Saudi Arabia.
Ajyal is a Lebanese soap opera. Season 1 was broadcast on Murr Television and Season 2 will air during Autumn 2011.
Ajylu (also, Adzhilu, Ajilu, Ajlu, Ajrlu, T’unis Ajylu, Razvaliny Adzhilu) is a town in Syunik Province, Armenia.
Ajyguýy is a town in western Turkmenistan. It is located in Balkan Province around 50 km north-east of Balkanabat.
Ajyad is a neighborhood of Mecca in Makkah Province, in western Saudi Arabia. It once contained the Ajyad Fortress
Axininca (also Axininca Campa, Ajyíninka Apurucayali, Campa, Ashaninca, Ashéninca Apurucayali, Apurucayali Campa, Ajyéninka) is an Arawakan language spoken along the Apurucayali tributary of the Pachitea River in Peru.
Mano Dayak International Airport (IATA: AJY, ICAO: DRZA) is an airport in Agadez in Niger. It is named after Mano Dayak, a Tuareg leader.
Aisyt (Aysyt, Ajsyt or Ajyhyt; Yakut: Айыыһыт Ayııhıt) is a fertility deity of the Turkic Yakut people from the Lena River region of Siberia.
The American Jewish Year Book (AJYB) has been published since 1899. Publication was initiated by the Jewish Publication Society (JPS).