Definitions

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  • proper n. A female given name.

Etymologies

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From Old English ead ("riches"), also short for compound given names beginning thus, particularly Edith.

Examples

  • I called Eda on Monday and planned a get together and at the last minute she invited Litz, whom I've not liked in the past and I was somewhat freaking out about the entire situation and then when I arrived at the bar I was greeted by warm smiles and friendly conversation from both ladies so I felt just fine.

    ecstasia Diary Entry

  • Edison, Edkins, Eady, etc., belonging rather to the once popular female name Eda or to Edith, though in some cases they are from Edward or other Anglo-Saxon names having the same initial syllable.

    The Romance of Names

  • We show that incorporation of this highly reactive beta-turn inducing aromatic "Eda" moiety at the scissile P1-P1′ amide bond of a prodomain peptide of human furin led to a potent furin-inhibitor with inhibition constant K

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  • Although in the present study "Eda" was introduced between P1/P1′ amino acids, it will be more logical to replace or substitute P1′ residue by "Eda" which is expected to lead to even more potent and/or selective inhibitor of furin.

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  • We first described the synthesis of Fmoc-protected "Eda" and then incorporated it into a furin substrate namely hfurin

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  • "Eda" was inserted between P1 and P1′ residues of hfurin

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  • "Eda" function - a highly reactive and beta turn inducing amino acid

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  • Orang Cina menyebut kacang ini dengan sebutan 'Mau Dou', namun jika dilihat dari muasal namanya, kacang edamame berasal dari bahasa Jepang, dari kata 'Eda' yang berarti cabang dan 'Mame' yang artinya kacang.

    Gizi dan Kuliner by Budi

  • Chapter II); Down is usually local, at the down or dune; Dunn is medieval le dun, a colour nickname; names in Ead -, Ed -, are usually from the medieval female name Eda (Chapter VI); Sibbs generally belongs to Sibilla or Sebastian; Tait must sometimes be for Fr. Tête, with which cf.Eng. Head; Tidd is an old pet form of Theodore; and

    The Romance of Names

  • Now each time I return to Ikot Akpan Eda, my home, I ask my parents and old people a lot of questions.

    Uwem Akpan - An interview with author

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