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Latin preposition e variant of ex, out of
- out, out of
Abbreviation of electronic
- in an electronic form, usually in association with the internet
This practice began with e-mail perhaps as far back as 1971. Many terms beginning with e- can be seen in both hyphenated (e.g. e-card) and unhyphenated (e.g., ecard) form, and sometimes — particularly in a business context — the letter following the e- will be capitalized (e.g., eBusiness or e-Business). In the present day, e- is generally used to indicate association with or transmission over the Internet. In proper names beginning with e-, the convention is generally to leave the e- lower-case, and to capitalize the second letter of the name (e.g., eBay). The e remains then lower-case when the name is used at the beginning of a sentence.
- (electronic): i- (internet)
Abbreviation of emergency
- Third-person singular subject marker for tense modifying adverbs.
- Alternative form of (combining with b-, d-, g-, j-, l-, m-, n-, r-, and v-initial words).
- Alternative form of used before M and N
- Alternative form of (outward motion)
- electronic; including the hyphen
- prefix that may be used on certain pronouns and adverbs to create "-ever" constructions, all of which are considered archaic or heavily archaic.
- huru ("how"); ehuru ("however", "although")
- vad ("what"); evad ("whatever")
- ho ("who" (obsolete)), eho ("whoever")
e- (relative concord)
- Class 4 and 9 relative concord.