- the Akkadian god of wisdom, the son of Apsu and father of Marduk: the counterpart of Enki.
Examples from the Web for eas
Historical Examples of eas
"Sou' by eas'," repeated the elderly Malay with grave earnestness.The Rescue
At once I became a target, "Tak' it eas'—What's the matter with you; tak' it eas'."Steel
Charles Rumford Walker
The present Elector has eas'd her of most of that Wealth which the late King had heap'd on her.The Memoirs of Charles-Lewis, Baron de Pollnitz, Volume I
Karl Ludwig von Pllnitz
Quia palam est, eas non eo animo ejici, quod quis habere nolit.Commentaries on the Laws of England
This, Cicero says, was taken as an omen; for it sounded like "Cave ne eas," which must therefore have been pronounced Cau' n' eas.Latin Pronunciation
Harry Thurston Peck
- equivalent air speed
Word Origin and History for eas
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].