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Ea

[ ey-ah ]
/ ˈeɪ ɑ /
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noun

the Akkadian god of wisdom, the son of Apsu and father of Marduk: the counterpart of Enki.

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Definition for Ea (2 of 3)

-ea

a suffix occurring in loanwords from Latin: cornea.

Origin of -ea

<Latin -ēa, -aea, -ea, feminine singular and neuter plural of -ēus, -aeus, -eus;see -ean

Definition for Ea (3 of 3)

ea.

abbreviation

each.
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British Dictionary definitions for Ea

ea.

abbreviation for

each
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