Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • abbreviation east-northeast

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete contraction of even.
  • noun An adjective termination of Latin origin, as in serene, terrene.
  • noun In chem., a termination indicating a hydrocarbon which belongs to the olefine series, having the general formula CnH2n: as, ethylene (C2H4), propylene (C3H6).
  • noun An obsolete contraction of even.

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  • abbreviation east-northeast

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the compass point midway between northeast and east

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Examples

  • Mars rises in the ENE at midnight and is nearing the high meridian as the morning twilight floods our sky.

    Starwatch: The November night sky

  • Venus, brilliant at mag -3.9 but soon to be lost in the Sun's glare, rises in the ENE about 55 minutes before the Sun on the 1st and stands 6° high at sunrise.

    Starwatch: The July night sky

  • Binoculars may show Mercury very low in the ENE twilight as the month ends as it begins a favourable spell as a morning star.

    The August night sky

  • Jupiter rises below Aries in the ENE some 30 minutes after our map times and outshines every star at mag -2.2 to -2.4 as it climbs to stand well up in the E to SE before dawn.

    Starwatch: The July night sky

  • Jupiter rises below Aries in the ENE some 30 minutes after our map times and outshines every star at mag -2.2 to -2.4 as it climbs to stand well up in the E to SE before dawn.

    Starwatch: The July night sky

  • At mag -2.8 to -2.9 and edging westwards in Aries, it rises in the ENE as the night begins and is highest at some 50° in the S four hours after our map times.

    Starwatch: The October night sky

  • Our nights belong to the conspicuous planet Jupiter which rises in the ENE some 80 minutes before our map times and climbs high into the S by dawn.

    Starwatch: the September night sky

  • Indeed, Jupiter is unmistakable from the moment it rises in the ENE at 01:00 BST tomorrow and by midnight on the 27th.

    Starwatch: Look east for Jupiter and Mars

  • Venus, brilliant at mag -3.9 but soon to be lost in the Sun's glare, rises in the ENE about 55 minutes before the Sun on the 1st and stands 6° high at sunrise.

    Starwatch: The July night sky

  •   I searched on a ENE direction and found my bearings.

    The Ridgeline: Day 1

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