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|Prince Ying of the First Rank|
|Predecessor||None. Title created.|
|Aisin Gioro Ajige
|House||House of Aisin-Gioro|
|Born||28 August 1605|
|Died||28 November 1651(aged 46)|
Ajige (Manchu: ; 28 August 1605 – 28 November 1651) was a prince and general of the Qing Dynasty. He was born of the Manchu Aisin Gioro clan as the 12th son of Nurhaci, khan of the Later Jin Dynasty (precursor of the Qing Dynasty).
Ajige was conferred the title of "Prince Ying of the First Rank" (和碩英親王) in 1644. He was involved in the Manchu conquest of the Ming Dynasty in China. However, after the death of Dorgon, Ajige attempted to seize the position of Prince-Regent, but was subsequently discovered and placed under arrest. He was forced to commit suicide by the Shunzhi Emperor in 1651.
- Father: Nurhaci
- Mother: Lady Abahai
- Lady Silin-Gioro (西林覺羅氏), Ajige's primary wife. She was the daughter of Huxin (祜新).
- Lady Borjigit (博爾濟吉特氏), Ajige's secondary wife who was a Khorchin Mongol. She was the daughter of Kongguoluo (孔果洛), Prince Bingtu of the Second Rank.
- Lady Li (李氏), Ajige's concubine. She was the daughter of Li Shixing (李士興).
- Lady Yu (愉氏), Ajige's concubine. She was the daughter of Yu Chunren (愉春仁).
- Hedu (和度)
- Fulehe (傅勒赫)
- Laoqin (勞親)
- Bo'erxun (伯爾遜)
- Menzhu (門柱)
- Louqin (樓親)
- Mo'erxun (墨爾遜)
- Suo'erke (索爾科)
- Tongsai (佟塞)
- Huli (瑚禮)
- E'bai (鄂拜)
- Banjintai (班進泰)
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