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e-card

[ ee-kahrd ]
/ ˈiˌkɑrd /
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noun
a greeting card chosen from a website by the sender, and sent by the site to the recipient as an email with a link back to the site to view the card: Personalize your e-card with a message and photograph.
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Origin of e-card

e-2 (in the sense of “online”) + card1
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