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This is a list of elements in which the first letter is E; and the type is element.
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E (1)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of zhī.
E (2)Japanese
Japanese goon reading of huì.
E (3)Japanese
Japanese goon reading of huì.
EADAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "wealth, fortune, riches".
EALDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "old".
EALHAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "temple".
EARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "land".
EAST (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "grace".
EBURAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "boar".
ECGAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "edge (of a sword), blade, corner".
EGGAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "edge (of a sword), blade".
EIAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "ever, always".
EIDOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "kind, type".
EINAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "one, alone".
ELEEMONAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "compassionate".
ELPISAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "hope".
ĒNChinese
Chinese character meaning "kindness, mercy, charity".
EOFORAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boar".
EPIAncient Greek
Greek preposition meaning "on, upon".
ÈRChinese
Chinese character meaning "two".
ERAAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "honour, respect".
ERCANAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "genuine".
ERGONAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "work, deed".
ERLAAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "noble".
ERMENAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "whole, universal".
ETSUJapanese
Japanese kan'on reading of yuè.
EUAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "good".
EUN (1)Korean
Korean reading of ēn.
EUN (2)Korean
Korean reading of yín.
EUN (3)Korean
Korean reading of yīn.
EURYSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "wide".
EWAAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "law, custom".
EYAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning either "island" (from Proto-Norse *aiwo) or "good fortune" (from Proto-Norse *auja).