Definitions of e

  1. 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
  2. Abbreviation for emmetropia na
  3. Abbreviation for electro-motive force. na
  4. [Latin] See Ex-. na
  5. 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
  6. 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

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