- the Akkadian god of wisdom, the son of Apsu and father of Marduk: the counterpart of Enki.
- a suffix occurring in loanwords from Latin: cornea.
Origin of -ea
Examples from the Web for ea
Contemporary Examples of ea
What the JSF does have is a jamming function—also known as “electronic attack,” or EA, in militaryese—in the radar.New U.S. Stealth Jet Can’t Hide From Russian Radar
April 28, 2014
And EA has sold well over 140 million copies of the Need for Speed games since the series debuted in 1994.Why Can’t I Be a Movie Star, B*tch? Aaron Paul Tries in 'Need for Speed'
March 13, 2014
Ditto, his arrangement with the EA videogame series, Tiger Woods PGA Tour.The $100 Million Car Crash
November 29, 2009
Historical Examples of ea
This is an oblique way of saying that Marduk succeeded where Ea failed.The Babylonian Legends of the Creation
"Et omnibus habitantibus in ea," replied the priest in a lower tone.The Dream
The dragon acquired his covering of fish-scales from an evil form of Ea.The Evolution of the Dragon
G. Elliot Smith
That is the force of Ea's saying that Marduk's name also shall be Ea just as his.
Not only does humanity turn to Ea: the gods, too, appeal to him in their distress.
the usual Old English word for "river, running water;" still in use in Lancashire. See aqua-. "The standard word in place-names for river denoting a watercourse of greater size than a broc or a burna" [Cambridge Dictionary of English Place-Names].