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-ure act or process. [3 definitions]
aerie a nest built high on a cliff or mountain, esp. by an eagle or other bird of prey. [2 definitions]
airy open to the flow of air; breezy. [5 definitions]
aura the subtle emanation of a quality or condition of someone or something. [2 definitions]
aurar pl. of eyrir.
aureus an ancient Roman gold coin that was a monetary unit from the reign of Julius Caesar to that of Constantine I.
auteur a director whose films display a distinctive personal style. [2 definitions]
cure a substance or course of treatment that leads to the restoration of health after a disease, disability, or other undesirable condition. [7 definitions]
earn to receive in return for work or service. [4 definitions]
echo a repetition of sound caused by reflection of sound waves from a surface, or a sound so produced. [8 definitions]
eerie mysterious and frightening; weird.
ere in literary use, before.
Erie Lake Erie, the southernmost of the Great Lakes between the United States and Canada. [2 definitions]
error a mistake in judgment or action. [5 definitions]
eureka I have found it! (used to express excitement at having solved a problem or made a discovery).
euro the primary currency unit of the European Union and the sole currency, in 2014, of eighteen participating member states: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. One euro equals one hundred cents. [2 definitions]
Euro- European.
Europa in Greek mythology, a princess whom Zeus, in the form of a bull, abducted and seduced. [2 definitions]
Europe a continent west of Asia and separated from it by the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, and the Caspian and Black Seas, and including the adjacent islands in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. [2 definitions]
eyrie variant of aerie.