[ee-dith] /ˈi dɪθ/
a female given name: from Old English words meaning “rich, happy” and “war.”.
fem. proper name, Old English Eadgyð, from ead “wealth, prosperity, happiness” + guð “war.” A fairly common name; it survived through the Middle Ages, probably on the popularity of St. Eadgyð of Wilton (962-84, abbess, daughter of King Edgar of England), fell from favor 16c., was revived in fashion 19c.
- Edith head
[hed] /hɛd/ noun 1. Edith, 1897–1981, U.S. costume designer. /hɛd/ noun 1. the upper or front part of the body in vertebrates, including man, that contains and protects the brain, eyes, mouth, and nose and ears when present related adjective cephalic 2. the corresponding part of an invertebrate animal 3. something resembling a head in […]
- Editing suite
noun a set of computer programs sold together for writers and editors
noun 1. a decorative binding for books, often of leather or simulated leather.
- Eczema marginatum
eczema marginatum eczema mar·gi·na·tum (mär’jə-nā’təm) n. See tinea cruris.