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Ericas

ˈɛrɪkə

Meanings of Ericas:

noun

A plant of the genus erica (family ericaceae ), especially (in gardening) heather.

Erigeron

ɪˈrɪdʒərɒn

Meanings of Erigeron:

noun

A widely distributed herbaceous plant of the daisy family, which is sometimes cultivated as an ornamental.

Usage examples:

Mine flowered a little later this year but is still going strong, having outlived the penstemon and…

Erigerons

ɪˈrɪdʒərɒn

Meanings of Erigerons:

noun

A widely distributed herbaceous plant of the daisy family, which is sometimes cultivated as an ornamental.

Usage examples:

Mine flowered a little later this year but is still going strong, having outlived the penstemon and…

Meanings of Erin:

noun

Archaic or literary name for ireland.

Usage examples:

Ancient magics, old gods and monsters from the mists of time are common in the land of erin as well…

Meanings of Erinys:

noun

(in greek mythology) a fury.

Usage examples:

When indra slays vrita, brahmahatya, a terrible retributive apparition, like the erinyes or furies …

Meanings of Eris:

proper noun

A dwarf planet with an eccentric orbit lying mostly beyond that of pluto, discovered in 2005.

Eristic

ɛˈrɪstɪk

Meanings of Eristic:

adjective

Of or characterized by debate or argument.

Usage examples:

While most of this dialogue is given over to euthydemus’ and dionysiodorus' eristic display, there …
noun

A person given to debate or argument.

Usage examples:

Moreover, we know by the evidence of sokrates himself, that he was an eristic not only by taste, bu…

Eristics

ɛˈrɪstɪk

Meanings of Eristics:

noun

A person given to debate or argument.

Usage examples:

Moreover, we know by the evidence of sokrates himself, that he was an eristic not only by taste, bu…
adjective

Of or characterized by debate or argument.

Usage examples:

While most of this dialogue is given over to euthydemus’ and dionysiodorus' eristic display, there …

Eritrean

ˌer.ɪˈtreɪ.ən

Meanings of Eritrean:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of eritrea or its people.

Usage examples:

The eritrean capital
noun

A native or inhabitant of eritrea.

Usage examples:

Eritreans maintain a strong national identity

Meanings of Erk:

noun

A male member of the raf of the lowest rank.

Usage examples:

One day you were an erk and the next day you were commissioned.
exclamation

Expressing panic or dismay.

Usage examples:

Erk! what's that?

Meanings of Ermine:

noun

A stoat, especially when in its white winter coat.

Usage examples:

Predators of erethizontids include mustelids such as martens, minks, wolverines, ermine, weasels, a…

Ermines

ˈəːmɪn

Meanings of Ermines:

noun

Fur resembling ermine but with white spots on a black ground.

Usage examples:

A field of ermines (or counter-ermine) is sable with argent spots.

Erminois

ˌəːmɪˈnɔɪz

Meanings of Erminois:

noun

Fur resembling ermine but with black spots on a gold ground.

Usage examples:

Erminois is a golden field with black spots, and pean is a black field with golden spots.

Ern

ən

Meanings of Ern:

suffix

Forming adjectives such as northern.

abbreviation

Eritrean nakfa(s).

Meanings of Erne:

noun

The sea eagle.

Usage examples:

There were terns and ernes and gulls, myriad tropical varieties of birds of all shapes and sizes, a…

Ernes

əːn

Meanings of Ernes:

noun

The sea eagle.

Usage examples:

There were terns and ernes and gulls, myriad tropical varieties of birds of all shapes and sizes, a…

Meanings of Ernie:

noun

(in the uk) the computer that randomly selects the prizewinning numbers of premium bonds.

Erode

ɪˈrəʊd

Meanings of Erode:

verb

(of wind, water, or other natural agents) gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land).

Usage examples:

The cliffs on this coast have been eroded by the sea

Meanings of Eroded:

verb

(of wind, water, or other natural agents) gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land).

Usage examples:

The cliffs on this coast have been eroded by the sea

Erodes

ɪˈrəʊd

Meanings of Erodes:

verb

(of wind, water, or other natural agents) gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land).

Usage examples:

The cliffs on this coast have been eroded by the sea

Eroding

ɪˈrəʊd

Meanings of Eroding:

verb

(of wind, water, or other natural agents) gradually wear away (soil, rock, or land).

Usage examples:

The cliffs on this coast have been eroded by the sea

Erogenous

ɪˈrɒdʒ.ɪ.nəs

Meanings of Erogenous:

adjective

(of a part of the body) sensitive to sexual stimulation.

Usage examples:

Erogenous zones

Meanings of Eros:

proper noun

The god of love, son of aphrodite.

noun

Sexual love or desire.

Usage examples:

Eros drives us to transcend ourselves through desire

Erosion

ɪˈrəʊ.ʒən

Meanings of Erosion:

noun

The process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or other natural agents.

Usage examples:

The problem of soil erosion

Erosional

ɪˈrəʊ.ʒən.əl

Meanings of Erosional:

adjective

Caused or created by erosion (= damage to soil, stone, etc. by waves, rain, or wind)

Usage examples:

There is an erosional arch at one end of the beach., this part of the region has all the classic er…

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