educationally subnormal; formerly used to designate a person of limited intelligence who needs special schooling
[ez-nee, -ne] /ˈɛz ni, -nɛ/ noun 1. (in Anglo-Saxon England) a member of the lowest class; laborer. n. Old English esne “domestic slave,” from Proto-Germanic *asnjoz- “harvestman” (cf. Gothic asneis), from *asanoz- “harvest” (see earn).
[es-nuh-see] /ˈɛs nə si/ noun, Obsolete. (in English law) 1. the right of the oldest member of a coparcenary to have first choice of share upon division of the inheritance.
1. a combining form meaning “inner,” used in the formation of compound words: esonarthex. abbreviation 1. European Southern Observatory
esoethmoiditis es·o·eth·moi·di·tis (ěs’ō-ěth’moi-dī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of the lining membrane of the ethmoid sinuses.