[e-roh-i-kuh] /ɛˈroʊ ɪ kə/
the third symphony (1804) in E♭, opus 55, by Beethoven.
[eer-os, er-os] /ˈɪər ɒs, ˈɛr ɒs/ noun, plural Erotes [uh-roh-teez] /əˈroʊ tiz/ (Show IPA), for 2, 3. 1. the ancient Greek god of love, identified by the Romans with Cupid. 2. a representation of this god. 3. a winged figure of a child representing love or the power of love. 4. (sometimes lowercase) physical love; […]
noun 1. an asteroid with an orbital period around the sun of 1.76 years. The NEAR Shoemaker spacecraft made the first asteroid landing on Eros on 12 Feb 2001
[ih-rohs] /ɪˈroʊs/ adjective 1. uneven, as if gnawed away. 2. Botany. having the margin irregularly incised as if gnawed, as a leaf. /ɪˈrəʊs; -ˈrəʊz/ adjective 1. jagged or uneven, as though gnawed or bitten: erose leaves adj. 1793, from Latin erosus, past participle of erodere (see erosion).
- E-rosette test
E-rosette test n. A test to identify T cells by mixing purified human blood lymphocytes with serum and sheep red blood cells; rosettes of red blood cells form around human T cells on incubation.