[ej-ee] /ˈɛdʒ i/
adjective, edgier, edgiest.
nervously irritable; impatient and anxious.
sharp-edged; sharply defined, as outlines.
daringly innovative; on the .
adjective -ier, -iest
(usually postpositive) nervous, irritable, tense, or anxious
(of paintings, drawings, etc) excessively defined
innovative, or at the cutting edge, with the concomitant qualities of intensity and excitement
“having sharp edges,” 1755, from edge (n.) + -y (2). Meaning “tense and irritable” is attested by 1837, perhaps from notion of being on the edge, at the point of doing something irrational (a figurative use attested from c.1600).
[eth] /ɛð/ noun 1. . [eth] /ɛð/ noun 1. a letter in the form of a crossed d, written đ or ð, used in Old English writing to represent both voiced and unvoiced th and in modern Icelandic and in phonetic alphabets to represent voiced th. /ɛð/ noun 1. a character of the runic alphabet […]
abbreviation 1. electronic data interchange: an interactive electronic system that enables a supplier and a customer to communicate easily Electronic Data Interchange electronic data interchange
/ˌiːdiːˈækərən/ adjective 1. of, denoting, or formed in the last 50 million years of the Neoproterozoic era, during which a new texturally and chemically distinctive carbonate layer appeared, indicating climatic change noun 2. the Ediacaran, the Ediacaran period or rock system Ediacaran (ē’dē-ä’kə-rən) Relating to a group of fossilized organisms that are the earliest known […]
- Ediacaran period
noun a late Precambrian period of geological time, before the Cambrian Period to 635 million years ago; also, the last faunal stage of the Precambrian or Proterozoic Examples The Ediacaran period ranges from 620 to 542 million years before the present. Word Origin 1961; name for site in Ediacara Hills, South Australia