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ea n a flow of water over land, larger than a stream; river
[dialectical, from OE ea]
eady adj happy;
[OE eadig]
earm adj poor, destitute, miserable;
[OE]
earthcare n the ecological restoration and maintenance of the environment.;
[O.E. earth & care.]
earthfrod n geology;
[calque of Icelandic jarðfræði; OE frōd = wise)]
earthkin n human race, mankind, humankind.;
[OE eorðcyn]
Earthlore n The study of the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources, land use, and industries.; geography
[Earth & Lore]
earthtilth n horticulture, agriculture;
[OE earðtilð]
Easter-month n the fourth month of the year (named for the holiday); April
[Anglo-Saxon, from Ēaster-mōnath]
eawishberrend n the middle finger;
[Anglo-Saxon, aewishberend]
ed- pre to do anew; re-;
[OE ed-]
edstathling n reestablishment;
[OE edstaðelung]
eftmind vb remember;
[cf. OE eftmyndig]
egging n instigation, incitement;
[ME eggyng]
eld n age (of folk asf);
[CED]
elf arrows n arrowheads of flint used in hunting and war by the aborigines of the British Isles and of Europe generally, as they still are among native people elsewhere. Elf-Arrows derived their name from the folklore belief that they were used by the Elves to kill cattle and sometimes human beings in their mischief-joy.; none
[elf: 'dwarf' - supernatural being; arrow- missile fired from a bow.]


elg vb defend;
[OE ealgian]
ellen n zeal, strength, courage;
[ME]
endbeginning n every ending has a new beginning and every beginning has an ending; there is always a new opportunity around the corner.;
[OE end & beginning.]
end-of-life-care n the physical and emotional care of terminally-ill patients, including the question of euthanasia.;
[O.E.]
ethel n country, land;
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ettin n giant;
[OE eoten]
ere prep & conj Def 1:Long ago, Def 2:sooner or quicker before an event happens, Def 3:before;
[OED, OE ǣr]
eretide n the time gone by; past
[neologism, from ere 'before' + tide 'time']
erst adv formerly; long ago
[OED (Archaic), PG airistaz, OE ǣrest, ME erste]
erstwhile adj former; old, past, one-time, previous, quondam, whilom
[OED, erst+while]
ettle n to intend; to take aim, attempt, purpose, try
[Dialectical, ON ætla, ME etlien, atlien]
ethel n native land;
[OE éþel]
evennight n equinox;
[calque; see also Norw. jevndøgn 'evenday']
evensorrow n compassion, sympathy;
[OE efensargian]
evergreen adj 1. a plant, bush, or tree which has leaves for the whole year
2. always seeming fresh or remaining popular;
[CED]
everlasting adj infinite;
[CED]
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