(Ea"gle-eyed`) a. Sharp-sighted as an eagle. "Inwardly eagle-eyed." Howell.
(Ea"gle-sight`ed) a. Farsighted and strong-sighted; sharp-sighted. Shak.
(Ea"gless) n. [Cf. OF. aiglesse.] (Zoöl.) A female or hen eagle. [R.] Sherwood.
(Ea"gle*stone) n. (Min.) A concretionary nodule of clay ironstone, of the size of a walnut
or larger, so called by the ancients, who believed that the eagle transported these stones to her nest to
facilitate the laying of her eggs; aëtites.
(Ea"glet) n. [Cf. OF. aiglet.] (Zoöl.) A young eagle, or a diminutive eagle.
(Ea"gle-winged`) a. Having the wings of an eagle; swift, or soaring high, like an eagle.
(Ea"gle*wood`) n. [From Skr. aguru, through Pg. aguila; cf. F. bois d'aigle.] A kind of
fragrant wood. See Agallochum.
(Ea"grass) n. See Eddish. [Obs.]
(Ea"gre) n. [AS. eágor, gor, in comp., water, sea, eágor-streám water stream, sea.] A wave, or
two or three successive waves, of great height and violence, at flood tide moving up an estuary or river;
commonly called the bore. See Bore.
(Eal"der*man, Eal"dor*man) , n. An alderman. [Obs.]
(Eale) n. [See Ale.] Ale. [Obs.] Shak.
(Eame) n. [AS. eám; akin to D. oom, G. ohm, oheim; cf. L. avunculus.] Uncle. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Ean) v. t. & i. [AS. eánian. See Yean.] To bring forth, as young; to yean. "In eaning time." Shak.
(Ean"ling) n. [See Ean, Yeanling.] A lamb just brought forth; a yeanling. Shak.
(Ear) n. [AS. eáre; akin to OFries. áre, ár, OS. ra, D. oor, OHG. ra, G. ohr, Icel. eyra, Sw. öra,
Dan. öre, Goth. auso, L. auris, Lith. ausis, Russ. ukho, Gr. cf. L. audire to hear, Gr. Skr. av to
favor , protect. Cf. Auricle, Orillon.]