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Erie Lake Erie, the southernmost of the Great Lakes between the United States and Canada. [2 definitions]
Erie Canal a U.S. canal that runs through New York State and connects the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean. After many years of work, the canal was completed and opened in 1825.
Erik Torvaldsson see Eric the Red.
Erin in literary usage, Ireland.
Erin go bragh Ireland forever (Irish Gaelic); (used to express loyalty to Ireland).
Eris in Greek mythology, the goddess of conflict or discord; Discordia.
Eritrea a country on the Red Sea, bordered by Sudan and Ethiopia; formerly a province of Ethiopia.
Erlenmeyer flask a conical laboratory flask with a broad, flat base and a short, narrow neck, used to mix liquids by hand.
ermine any of various weasels of northern regions that have white coats with black tail tips in the winter. [2 definitions]
erne any of several European sea eagles.
Ernest Hemingway U.S. fiction writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954 (b.1899--d.1961).
erode to slowly wear away, eat into, or destroy by the action of friction or the like. [3 definitions]
erogenous tending to arouse sexual desire or result in sexual gratification when stimulated.
Eros in Greek mythology, the god of love; Cupid; Amor. [4 definitions]
erosion the process or condition of eroding. [2 definitions]
erosive tending to cause erosion.
erotic of or pertaining to sexual love. [3 definitions]
erotica (used with a sing. or pl. verb) books, pictures, and the like that tend to arouse sexual feelings; erotic literature or art.
eroticism sexual or erotic quality or character. [2 definitions]
eroticize to arouse sexually, or to make erotic.
erotogenic extremely sensitive to sexual stimulation; erogenous.