eastern

[ ee-stern ]
/ ˈi stərn /

adjective

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Origin of eastern

before 1000; Middle English esterne,Old English ēasterne; akin to Old Norse austroenn,Old High German ōstrōni.See east, -ern

OTHER WORDS FROM eastern

non·east·ern, adjectivepro-Eastern, adjectiveun·east·ern, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for eastern

eastern
/ (ˈiːstən) /

adjective

situated in or towards the east
facing or moving towards the east
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