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eternize to make everlasting; cause to continue forever. [2 definitions]
etesian of or designating the annual northerly summer winds of the Mediterranean.
-eth used to form an ordinal when a number ends in "-y".
ethane a colorless, odorless gas found in natural gas and used as a fuel or refrigerant.
ethanol ethyl alcohol.
ethene see ethylene.
ether a very volatile, flammable liquid compound of hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen, used as a solvent and formerly as an anesthetic. [4 definitions]
ethereal extremely light, airy, and delicate; insubstantial. [3 definitions]
etherealize to cause to appear ethereal. [2 definitions]
etherize to anesthetize (someone) with ether.
Ethernet a standard local area network architecture that specifies connection types, devices, and protocols (formerly a Xerox Corporation trademark).
ethic a set of moral principles and values. [2 definitions]
ethical of or concerning ethics. [3 definitions]
ethics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of philosophy that deals with values pertaining to human conduct, such as good and bad or right and wrong actions and motives; moral philosophy. [2 definitions]
Ethiopia an African country near the Red Sea, bordered by Sudan, Eritrea, and Somalia.
Ethiopian of or pertaining to Ethiopia or its people, culture, language, or the like. [3 definitions]
Ethiopic Ethiopian. [3 definitions]
ethmoid of or pertaining to a bone or bones in the cranium forming part of the septum and nasal cavity walls. [2 definitions]
ethnic of or related to a large group of people who share a distinctive culture, language, or religion, or who are of the same race or national heritage. [3 definitions]
ethnic cleansing the mass murder, incarceration, or forced emigration of members of an ethnic minority within a particular nation in order to establish an ethnically homogeneous population.
ethnic group a group of people who share a distinctive culture, language, or religion, or who are of the same race or national heritage.