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eta (other) : et cetera = etc Then, why not et alia = eta ? (instead of et al)
Socrates, Plato, Aristotle eta were great political philosophers.
Submitted by: Henry Lawrence from India on May. 15, 2007 03:08
etape (noun) : Troop's camping spot.
They finally found their troop's etape.
Submitted by: Ken Qualls from Illinois on Mar. 18, 2007 13:42
etceteric (adjective) : (from etcetera, "and so forth") - of or pertaining to the "etcetera" rubric, one among "the others," "the like," "the rest," not deserving to be named individually; marginal, anonymous, obscure.
I'm afraid you have never heard about Andrew Lynch. No, he is not an esoteric writer. He is simply an etceteric writer. Alan has worked in zoology for almost forty years, and he still remains an etceteric researcher. Isn't this a shame? Let's find a way to give some tribute to him. —Mikhail Epstein, Predictionary, 2003
Submitted by: Mikhail Epstein from Georgia Us on Apr. 03, 2007 19:25
Eteocles (noun) : son of Oedipus; one who defended the city of Thebes against his brother Polyneices.
Creon ordered that Eteocles be given a state funeral because he defended the city of Thebes against an invading army, but, his brother Polyneices, be left in the field to rot. —Sophocles translated by Richmond Lattimore and David Grene, Book (a greek tragedy), 1954
Submitted by: Brandon Acosta from Pennsylvania on Jan. 12, 2007 11:13
eterature (noun) : Electronic literature [combination of electronic + literature]
You can find the information on employee benefits in the company's eterature.
Submitted by: AK from Connecticut on Jul. 01, 2007 14:35
etheric retreat (noun) : Cities and Universities of Light maintained by the Saints and Ascended Masters, in the highest plane in the dimension of Matter, for the benefit of earth's evolutions.
Paul the Venetian is chohan of the third ray of divine love. He is hierarch of the Chateau de Liberte, his retreat on the etheric plane over southern France on the Rhone River. —Mark L. Prophet, The Masters and Their Retreats, 2003
Submitted by: Anonymous on Nov. 24, 2005 18:32
(noun) : 1. an action taken that is ethical 2. the inclination towards ethical behaviour 3. the use of better ethics to gain competitive edge in the business sphere, e.g. fair trade goods, oraganic food.
Recycling is ethicism in action. —Connolly, O, British Journal of Aesthetics, Volume 40, Number 3 (Ethicism and moderate moralism), July 2000
Submitted by: Kris from United Kingdom on Dec. 14, 2006 18:02
(noun) : any process implimented, or action taken, that contributes to the building of a fairer, safer, and more satisfactory global society for all
Some say ethicism, and the movements that it encompasses, (e.g 'fair trade', 'CSR', etc), can be to the 21st century, what free trade was to the 20th, and what industrialisation was to the 19th. —Wikipedia.com
Submitted by: Anonymous on Oct. 16, 2006 07:47
ethicolegal (adjective) : having aspects of both ethical and legal consideration
They studied the ethicolegal considerations in nursing.
Submitted by: Jen from Oregon on Sep. 12, 2017 14:35
ethivore (noun) : one who eats only foods that conform to ideals of sustainability, environmental impact, animal welfare, workers’ rights, etc.
Submitted by: Megan Isenberg from Virginia on Oct. 21, 2009 16:35
ethnicist (adjective) : feeling or exhibiting prejudice or discrimination based on ethnicity
Submitted by: Evan from Connecticut on Aug. 10, 2014 20:56