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  1. 1. An extension of C++ with database types andpersistent objects. E is a powerful and flexibleprocedural programming language. It is used in the Exodusdatabase system.See also GNU E. (ftp://ftp.cs.wisc.edu/exodus/E/).["Persistence in the E Language: Issues and Implementation",J.E. Richardson et al, Soft Prac & Exp 19(12):1115-1150 (Dec1989)].2. A procedural language by Wouter vanOortmerssen with semantics similar to C. E featureslists, low-level polymorphism, exception handling, quotedexpressions, pattern matching and object inheritance.Amiga E is a version for the Amiga. foldoc_fs
  2. the fifth letter in our own and the cognate alphabets, with four sounds--e.g. e in evil, i in England, u in the last syllable of eleven, Italian e in prey. A subscript e is commonly used to lengthen the previous vowel, as in not, note; bit, bite; (mus.) the third note or sound of the natural diatonic scale, and the third above the tonic C. gutenberg.org/ebooks/37683
  3. Abbreviation for emmetropia na
  4. Abbreviation for electro-motive force. na
  5. [Latin] See Ex-. na
  6. (e), letter (pl. Es, E\'s). (Mus.) note, & corresp. scale; second-class ship in Lloyd\'s register. Abbreviations (1); east, as E.N.E., English by N., (north), E.S.E., English by S., (south), E., E.C. (central), London postal districts; E.R. (et I.), Edvardus Rex (et Imperator), Edward King (& Emperor); English, as E.C.U. (Church Union); English (& O.) E., errors (& omissions) excepted; e.g., exempli gratia, for example. Abbreviations (2); Ebor., Abp of York; Eccl (es)., Ecclesiastes; Ecclus, Ecclesiasticus; Eph. (esians); Esth. (er); etc. (etera); exc. (ept); Exod. (us); Exon., Bp of Exeter; exor, exrx, executor, -trix; Ezek. (iel). Concise Oxford Dictionary
  7. L. prefix, = from, out of and with intens. force ; added to official titles, it denotes one who used to hold the office indicated, as ex-premier. Glossary of terms and phrases - Percy
  8. The fifth letter in the Greek and other allied alphabets ; denotes, as a Latin number, 250. In Music, it marks a note of the scale corresponding to the mi of the French and Italians. Glossary of terms and phrases - Percy
  9. The second vowel and the fifth letter of the English alphabet. At the end of words it is usually silent, but serves to indicate that the preceding vowel has a long sound, where otherwise it would be short, as in mane, cane, mete. It has a lung sound, as in me, here; a short sound, as in men, met and a sound like a, as in there, prey. As a prefix, it has a privative meaning, noting from or out of;—as a numeral, it stands for 250;—it is the third tone of the model diatonic scale: (E flat) is a tone intermediate between D and E. Cabinet Dictionary

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