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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.
ethnicity the condition of being a member of an ethnic group or sharing its traits.
ethno- cultural group; people.
ethnobotanist a person engaged in the study of ethnobotany.
ethnobotany a branch of anthropology concerned with the cultural relationship between a people and their traditional use and management of plants.
ethnocentric marked by or tending toward viewing other races or cultural groups in terms of the standards of one's own race or group. [2 definitions]
ethnocentrism the strong tendency to view other races or cultural groups in terms of the standards of one's own race or group. [2 definitions]
ethnographic of or pertaining to the branch of anthropology that deals with the description of specific cultures.