I think it can be used for both.<br />
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I ain't fooling around.<br />
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They ain't fooling around.

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Yea I just looked it up in the online dictionary, you are right.

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Isn't it a contraction for am not, are not, is not, have not and has not? That's what my hometown thinks...

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Yea it is, just ran across a shorter version of the definition in my pocket reader, probably should have looked up in the dictionary before asking.

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Etymology just stated that it was a contraction of "are not".

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Ah

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i use AIN'T alot, regardless of plurals or singular noun, if i ain't, then you ain't

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People definately use it both ways.

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it is for me

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