"E" meaning in English

See E in All languages combined

Character

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: From Middle English and Old English upper case letter E and split of Æ, EA, EO, and Œ, from five 7th century replacements of Anglo-Saxon Futhorcs by Latin letters: * Old English letter E, from replacement by Latin letter E of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛖ (e). * Old English letter Æ from replacement by Latin ligature Æ of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᚫ (æ). * Old English digraph EA, from replacement by Latin digraph EA of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛠ (ea). * Old English digraph EO from replacement by Latin digraph EO of Anglo-Saxon Futhorc ᛇ (eo). * Old English letter Œ from replacement by Latin ligature Œ of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛟ (œ). Etymology templates: {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|Æ}} Æ, {{m|ang|EA}} EA, {{m|ang|EO}} EO, {{m|ang|Œ}} Œ, {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|ᛖ|sc=Runr}} ᛖ (e), {{m|ang|Æ}} Æ, {{m|la|Æ}} Æ, {{m|ang|ᚫ|sc=Runr}} ᚫ (æ), {{m|ang|EA}} EA, {{m|la|EA}} EA, {{m|ang|ᛠ|sc=Runr}} ᛠ (ea), {{m|ang|EO}} EO, {{m|enm|EO}} EO, {{m|ang|ᛇ|sc=Runr}} ᛇ (eo), {{m|ang|Œ}} Œ, {{m|la|Œ}} Œ, {{m|ang|ᛟ|sc=Runr}} ᛟ (œ) Head templates: {{head|en|letter|upper case||lower case|e|plural|Es|or|E's}} E (upper case, lower case e, plural Es or E's), {{en-letter|lower=e|upper=E}} E (upper case, lower case e, plural Es or E's) Forms: e [lowercase], Es [plural], E's [plural]
  1. The fifth letter of the English alphabet, called e and written in the Latin script. Tags: letter, uppercase Categories (topical): English numeral symbols
    Sense id: E-en-character-.lFlvfaJ Disambiguation of English numeral symbols: 48 52 Categories (other): English heteronyms Disambiguation of English heteronyms: 34 4 7 3 7 3 3 3 2 1 29 2 2

Proper name

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: From Mandarin 鄂 (È). Etymology templates: {{wikipedia|E (state)}}, {{bor|en|cmn|鄂|tr=È}} Mandarin 鄂 (È) Head templates: {{head|en|proper noun}} E
  1. (historical) A state in ancient China of varying location in present-day Shanxi, Henan, and Hubei. Tags: historical
    Sense id: E-en-name-6pglNkhB Translations (ancient nation): (È) [Mandarin] (Chinese) Disambiguation of 'ancient nation': 80 16 4
  2. (historical) Its capital, also known as Echeng and Ezhou. Tags: historical
    Sense id: E-en-name-Jv7Ce4zK
  3. A surname, from Chinese​.
    Sense id: E-en-name-NXjhyYaD Categories (other): English surnames

Proper name

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: From E ɛ⁵⁵. Etymology templates: {{wikipedia|E language}}, {{bor|en|eee|ɛ⁵⁵}} E ɛ⁵⁵ Head templates: {{en-proper noun}} E
  1. A Tai-Chinese mixed language spoken primarily in Rongshui Miao Autonomous County, Guangxi, China; Kjang E. Categories (topical): Languages
    Sense id: E-en-name-dCADrK7V Disambiguation of Languages: 13 2 3 11 41 3 2 2 3 2 14 2 2 Categories (other): Academic grades Disambiguation of Academic grades: 13 8 7 4 18 13 4 4 10 2 13 3 1

Proper name

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: Unknown. Etymology templates: {{wikipedia|River E}}, {{unk|en}} Unknown Head templates: {{head|en|proper noun}} E
  1. A river in the Highlands of Scotland. Categories (place): Rivers in Scotland
    Sense id: E-en-name-K4C-87yu Disambiguation of Rivers in Scotland: 4 5 3 5 9 44 6 4 5 3 6 3 3

Noun

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: Abbreviation. Head templates: {{en-noun}} E (plural Es) Forms: Es [plural]
  1. (slang) The drug ecstasy (MDMA), particularly in pill form. Tags: slang Categories (topical): Recreational drugs
    Sense id: E-en-noun-rh7aHh8M Disambiguation of Recreational drugs: 5 4 5 5 8 9 33 11 3 3 8 4 2 Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14 Translations (slang: ecstasy): E仔 [Cantonese] (Chinese), éčko [neuter] (Czech), Hebrew (French), ยาอี (Thai) Disambiguation of 'slang: ecstasy': 86 9 3 2
  2. (especially in LGBT contexts) The hormone estrogen/estradiol. (Contrast T, testosterone.) Tags: especially, in LGBT contexts Categories (topical): LGBT, Transgender
    Sense id: E-en-noun-iY0lnqxM Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14 Translations (slang: estrogen/estradiol): [Mandarin] (Chinese), (bǔ) [Mandarin] (Chinese) Disambiguation of 'slang: estrogen/estradiol': 25 67 4 4
  3. The grade below D in some grading systems. In most such systems, it is a failing grade.
    Sense id: E-en-noun-K0bmRSlM Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14 Translations (grade below D): [Mandarin] (Chinese), E (Swedish) Disambiguation of 'grade below D': 5 2 92 2
  4. Abbreviation of episode. (installment of a series) Tags: abbreviation, alt-of Alternative form of: episode (extra: installment of a series)
    Sense id: E-en-noun-XMGNetMX Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14 Translations (abbreviation of episode): A (Swedish) Disambiguation of 'abbreviation of episode': 3 2 2 93

Numeral

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: From Middle English and Old English upper case letter E and split of Æ, EA, EO, and Œ, from five 7th century replacements of Anglo-Saxon Futhorcs by Latin letters: * Old English letter E, from replacement by Latin letter E of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛖ (e). * Old English letter Æ from replacement by Latin ligature Æ of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᚫ (æ). * Old English digraph EA, from replacement by Latin digraph EA of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛠ (ea). * Old English digraph EO from replacement by Latin digraph EO of Anglo-Saxon Futhorc ᛇ (eo). * Old English letter Œ from replacement by Latin ligature Œ of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛟ (œ). Etymology templates: {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|Æ}} Æ, {{m|ang|EA}} EA, {{m|ang|EO}} EO, {{m|ang|Œ}} Œ, {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|E}} E, {{m|ang|ᛖ|sc=Runr}} ᛖ (e), {{m|ang|Æ}} Æ, {{m|la|Æ}} Æ, {{m|ang|ᚫ|sc=Runr}} ᚫ (æ), {{m|ang|EA}} EA, {{m|la|EA}} EA, {{m|ang|ᛠ|sc=Runr}} ᛠ (ea), {{m|ang|EO}} EO, {{m|enm|EO}} EO, {{m|ang|ᛇ|sc=Runr}} ᛇ (eo), {{m|ang|Œ}} Œ, {{m|la|Œ}} Œ, {{m|ang|ᛟ|sc=Runr}} ᛟ (œ) Head templates: {{head|en|numeral symbol|upper case|||E|lower case|e|||sc=}} E (upper case, lower case e), {{en-number|lower=e|upper=E}} E (upper case, lower case e) Forms: e [lowercase]
  1. The ordinal number fifth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called e and written in the Latin script. Tags: alt-of, number, ordinal, uppercase Alternative form of: fifth (extra: derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called e and written in the Latin script) Categories (topical): English ordinal numbers, English numeral symbols
    Sense id: E-en-num-W7hVg8BZ Disambiguation of English numeral symbols: 48 52 Categories (other): English heteronyms Disambiguation of English heteronyms: 34 4 7 3 7 3 3 3 2 1 29 2 2

Symbol

IPA: /ɛ/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [phoneme, usually], /iː/ [letter, name], /ʌ/ [Chinese] Audio: en-us-e.ogg [UK]
Rhymes: -iː, -ʌ Etymology: Abbreviation. Head templates: {{head|en|symbol|head=}} E, {{en-symbol}} E
  1. (ESRB rating) Abbreviation of everyone. Tags: abbreviation, alt-of Alternative form of: everyone
    Sense id: E-en-symbol-kC3Msx3I Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14
  2. East. Categories (topical): Compass points
    Sense id: E-en-symbol-3.WUEY0w Disambiguation of Compass points: 9 7 10 7 13 5 5 5 5 3 11 4 17 Categories (other): English symbols Disambiguation of English symbols: 21 20 18 10 17 14 Translations (east): Ö (Swedish) Disambiguation of 'east': 0 100

Inflected forms

Alternative forms

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          "ref": "a2003, Rick, quoted in Linda MacDowell, Redundant Masculinities?: Employment Change and White Working Class Youth, Blackwell Publishing (2003), page 198",
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        },
        {
          "ref": "2005, S. J. Smith, Joe Public, Virtualbookworm Publishing, page 125",
          "text": "Not really, but perhaps I’d have got an ‘E’ in Tech Drawing no matter how much I’d asserted myself. Maybe Mr. Pinkerton would have seen to it that my exam paper was tampered with. A spot of teacher to student revenge."
        },
        {
          "ref": "2005, Craig Taylor, Light, Reverb, page 103",
          "text": "But she didn’t get the bit about my accidental artistic career, “But you can’t draw love. You got an E in your exam. I remember that. You drew that onion that looked like a boil.”"
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      "sense": "slang: ecstasy",
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      "sense": "slang: ecstasy",
      "word": "ยาอี"
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    {
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      "sense": "slang: estrogen/estradiol",
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      "code": "cmn",
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