- Hellenic National Democratic army, a Greek resistance coalition in World War II.
Origin of EDES
< Modern Greek E(thnikós) D(ēmokratikós) E(llēnikós) S(yndésmos)
[ey-dey, ey-dey for 1; ey-duh for 2]
- a city in SW Nigeria.
- a city in central Netherlands.
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Examples from the Web for edes
Among them were men like Avery, Crafts, and Edes the printer.
Edes continued to print the Boston Gazette long after the Revolution.
Do you know where the ship-yard that is owned by a man named Edes may be located?The Minute Boys of Boston
Mrs. Edes was past her first youth, but she was undeniably charming.
There was one feature of Mrs. Edes' costume which Mrs. Slade resented.
- a city in the central Netherlands, in Gelderland province. Pop: 105 000 (2003 est)
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