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elude to avoid or evade by speed, skill, or trickery. [2 definitions]
Elul the twelfth and last month of the Jewish lunisolar calendar, occurring from late August through early September in the Gregorian calendar.
elusive hard to perceive, understand, or remember. [3 definitions]
eluviation the movement through soil of material that is in suspension or solution in rainwater or snow melt.
eluvium a deposit of soil, dust, or gravel caused by the weathering and disintegration of rocks, and usu. remaining at the site. (Cf. alluvium.)
elver a young eel, esp. at the stage of upstream migration from the ocean.
elves pl. of elf.
elvish variant of elfish.
Elysian of, concerning, or resembling Elysium. [2 definitions]
Elysian fields see "Elysium."
Elysium in Greek mythology, a place in which virtuous people reside after death; Elysian fields. [2 definitions]
'em (informal) contracted form of "them."
em- in; into. [2 definitions]
emaciate to waste away the flesh of, usu. by starvation or disease; make extremely thin.
emaciated extremely thin, as from starvation or disease.
emaciation unnatural thinness, as caused by starvation or disease. [2 definitions]
email the practice or system by which messages may be typed into one computer terminal and sent by telephone, cable, or wireless to another computer terminal; electronic mail. [4 definitions]
email address a unique identifying label that allows internet messages to be received in one's electronic mail account. The "@" symbol is a part of every email address
emanate to come or send forth; issue or emit.
emanation the act or an instance of emanating. [2 definitions]
emancipate to free from some external control or constraint, such as enslavement or ignorance. [2 definitions]