(n) Education. Often found in set expressions such phys ed, motorist's ed, unique ed, etc.
(a) training (uncountable)
An abbreviation of editor; of edition.
A prefix today outdated or happening unfelt in some words, meaning ‘again, back, re-,’ like in edgrow, edgrowth, ednew. See eddish, eddy.
An element in proper brands of Anglo-Saxon origin, indicating initially ‘property’ (in Anglo-Saxon, ‘prosperity’ or ‘happiness’), as Edward, Anglo-Saxon Eádweard, protector of residential property; Edwin, Anglo-Saxon Eádwine, gainer or buddy of home.
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Explosive Diarrhea. And then be used in really serious conditions by Demetra BrandenburgReport definition
Ed stands for Edward Edminton and Edvard.Eds tend to be really sports and mature appreciating recreations and songs and usually becoming great at both. Eds as boyfriends tend to be loving, nice, great during intercourse, rather than stingy in terms of gifts.Although eds can be hotheaded, they are also hardworking, faithful but an amazing sense of humour making them great friends having. by Harvey MaudlinReport definition
acronym for the health condition generally impotence problems. Impotence problems is when it really is harder for a man to reach an erection. (Impotence). Medications you can use to aid ED includeViagra(sildenafil citrate)Vicerex (apparently you need to use this 1 with liquor) by Pearlie ParnellReport definition