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edamame

(noun) : soybean

Submitted by: Anonymous on May. 19, 2008 18:57


(noun) : soy beans

Submitted by: Verica from Ohio on Jul. 14, 2007 03:51


(noun) : a green vegetable more commonly known as a soybean, harvested at the peak of ripening right before it reaches the "hardening" time. The word Edamame means "Beans on Branches," and it grows in clusters on bushy branches.

Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 11, 2007 16:18


(noun) : green soy bean extremely high in nutrients.

Submitted by: Maria Vitale from Ohio on Jul. 10, 2007 15:24


eddington (noun) : A person (or her or his work) that is critically important for the fame of another person (or her or his work), but who gets relatively minimal status recognition for her or his work [after the work of sir arthur eddington, who paved the way for einstein's relativity theories, etc]

There was another scientist besides Darwin who ciphered the principles of evolution out of the then-available evidence, at about the same time, but no one remembers his name and so he pulled an eddington. —jonathan keith sheriff, personal thougts, just now (on the spot!)

Submitted by: jonathan keith sheriff from California on Oct. 27, 2005 16:01


eddress

(noun) : electronic mail address

Which is the best eddress to contact you?

Submitted by: Marla Barnes from North Carolina on Feb. 09, 2012 09:11


(noun) : [email address] an email address

Do you want my home eddress or the one at work?

Submitted by: Paul Hartman from Washington on Dec. 04, 2008 22:07


(noun) : one's e-mail address (e.g., smith@comcast.net is my eddress)

In an abstract I edited for the Bowne Digest For Compliance Professionals, I wrote: "At least 40 calendar days before the meeting, the issuer must send a notice that includes a specified legend; ... a toll-free phone number, an eddress (for sending e-mail), and a website URL... . —Susan Koffman, Bowne Digest For Compliance Professionals, December 2007 issue (and earlier instances)

Submitted by: Susan Koffman from Massachusetts on Nov. 28, 2007 17:36


(noun) : contraction of email address

She sent her new eddress to all of her friends. —Roland Brown, personal use, not published

Submitted by: Roland Brown from Texas on Oct. 05, 2007 11:46


(noun) : email address

What is your eddress, so I can send you an email?

Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 21, 2007 18:54


: An email address.

Submitted by: TTaylor from Florida on May. 23, 2006 08:44


(noun) : electronic address

What's your eddress? I'd like to email this to you. (I saw the entry spelled "e-dress"; I've been spelling it more like "address" and been using it for a few years.) —N/A,

Submitted by: Lynn from Wisconsin on Feb. 02, 2006 18:19


(verb) : One's email address.

Do you have my eddress? —Suzanne Lindsey, me

Submitted by: Sooz from California on Jan. 21, 2006 12:47


(other) : to mark directions for delivery of an e-mail

on the radio —unknown,

Submitted by: arnold from Australia on Jan. 09, 2006 02:09


(noun) : an email address. First used by David Bock. Later adopted by Jill Soloway in Tiny Ladies in Shiny Pants.

Write down your eddress and I'll send you those pictures

Submitted by: outlawyr from Illinois on Dec. 11, 2005 13:39


(noun) : an email address

I've been using a new eddress for only a few days now, and so far I'm spam-free! —jonathan keith sheriff,

Submitted by: jonathan keith sheriff from California on Oct. 26, 2005 19:54


Edenable (adjective) : Something that is able to be perfected or improved to an extremely high degree

Despite the state in which it came to me, it was obvious that it was edenable

Submitted by: Jeff Young from Australia on Jan. 20, 2006 10:13


Edenology (noun) : the study of Eden

The boy studied Edenology to prove the earth was only thousands of years old.

Submitted by: Rev. Graham from New York on Jan. 03, 2013 11:36


edgeilicious (other) : Denotes an idea or physical object that is both edgy (intense)and delicious(tasteful)in terms of uniqueness and novelty to the observer. 4iqueness and novelty to the observor.

She was truly edgeilicious. —C.C. Nichols, self-derived, 04-23-06

Submitted by: Charles Nichols from Oklahoma on Apr. 23, 2006 09:46


edgycation (noun) : The vanguard of knowledge acquisition.

You have to go to a very progressive school to get an edgycation.

Submitted by: Don from Arkansas on May. 25, 2007 16:50


edhead (noun) : one who is a proud and enthusiastic ninety-nine fan, as in NASCAR driver Carl Edwards.

The first annual meeting of the edheads will be at the St. Louis Busch race in July. —Group consensus, Fan club website, Mid-2005

Submitted by: Commodore from Missouri on Jan. 21, 2006 11:16


EDI (abbreviation) : "Electronic Data Interchange". Electronic Data Interchange - computer-to-computer transmission of information between two companies, including such documents as purchase orders and invoices

Submitted by: Biz from Wisconsin on Nov. 15, 2005 14:25


Ediephile (noun) : A person who is obsessed with Andy Warhol's 1960's muse and protoge, Edie Sedgwick.

That hipster party was full of Warhol wannabes and Ediephiles.

Submitted by: J.C. Moore from Pennsylvania on May. 29, 2007 14:27


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