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English language.svg Енглески

Etymology

From Средњи Енглески est, from Стари Енглески ēast, from Proto-Germanic *austrą, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ews-.

Compare West Frisian east, Холандски oost, Немачки Ost, Norwegian Nynorsk aust, Шведски öst.

Pronunciation

Noun

east (countable and uncountable, plural easts)

  1. One of the four principal compass points, specifically 90°, conventionally directed to the right on maps; the direction of the rising sun at an equinox. Abbreviated as E.
    Portsmouth is to the east of Southampton.
    We live in the east of the country.
    • 1895, Thomas Hardy, Jude the Obscure
      In a few hours the birds come to it from all points of the compass – east, west, north, and south []
  2. The eastern region or area; the inhabitants thereof. [circa 1300]
    • 1855, John Reynolds, My Own Times: Embracing Also the History of My Life, page 271:
      We, in the west, agreed amongst ourselves that a penitentiary should be erected with our half of the money arising as above stated; and the east agreed to improve the country in their vicinity with the other half.
  3. (ecclesiastical) In a church: the direction of the altar and chancel; the direction faced by the priest when celebrating ad orientem.
    • 2014, Paul Porwoll, Against All Odds: History of Saint Andrew's Parish Church, Charleston, 1706-2013, WestBow Press (→ISBN), page 365:
      A few [Anglican churches in South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland] are oriented other than due [geographic] east—St. Paul's, St. George's, and Prince George's parish churches face northeast and St. Andrew's, southeast. [] Throughout the book I refer directionally to the altar and chancel of St. Andrew's as situated at ecclesiastical east (to avoid overcomplicating matters), not geographical or magnetic southeast. Thus, the altar is located at the east end of the church, and the gallery, at the west.
    • 2018, Anat Geva, Modernism and American Mid-20th Century Sacred Architecture, Routledge (→ISBN)
      However, in Mies' chapel, liturgical east is magnetic west.
    • 2019, Sarah Hosking, "Coventry Cathedral", in Prickett Stephen Prickett, Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts, Edinburgh University Press (→ISBN), page 371:
      The tapestry by Graham Sutherland that occupies the whole wall of the liturgical east and geographic north of the cathedral is recognisable to the point of visual exhaustion.

Coordinate terms

northwest north northeast
west Compass rose simple plain.svg east
southwest south southeast


Derived terms

Translations

Also see Appendix:Cardinal directions for translations of all compass points

Adjective

east (not comparable)

  1. Situated or lying in or towards the east; eastward.
  2. (meteorology) Blowing (as wind) from the east.
  3. Of or pertaining to the east; eastern.
  4. From the East; oriental.
  5. (ecclesiastical) Designating, or situated in, the liturgical east.
    the east front of a cathedral
    • 2014, Paul Porwoll, Against All Odds: History of Saint Andrew's Parish Church, Charleston, 1706-2013, WestBow Press (→ISBN), page 365:
      Throughout the book I refer directionally to the altar and chancel of St. Andrew's as situated at ecclesiastical east (to avoid overcomplicating matters), not geographical or magnetic southeast. Thus, the altar is located at the east end of the church, and the gallery, at the west.
    • 2019, Sarah Hosking, "Coventry Cathedral", in Prickett Stephen Prickett, Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts, Edinburgh University Press (→ISBN), page 371:
      The tapestry by Graham Sutherland that occupies the whole wall of the liturgical east and geographic north of the cathedral is recognisable [] a huge image of Christ on the [liturgical] east end, filling the entire wall and to be visible through the [liturgical] West Window (Fig. 24.2).

Synonyms

  • (situated or lying in or towards the east): eastward
  • (meteorology: wind from the east): easterly
  • (of or pertaining to the east): eastern
  • (from the East): oriental

Antonyms

  • (situated or lying in or towards the east): westward
  • (meteorology: wind from the east): westerly
  • (of or pertaining to the east): western

Translations

Adverb

east (not comparable)

  1. towards the east; eastwards

Synonyms

Antonyms

Translations

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Anagrams


Estonian

Noun

east

  1. Шаблон:noun form of

Old English

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *austrą, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂ews- (eastern). Cognate with Old Frisian āst, Old Saxon ost, Холандски oost, Old High German ōst, Немачки Osten, Old Norse austr. The Indo-European root is also the source of Латински auster (southerly) and aurora (dawn), Latvian austrumi (easterly), Proto-Slavic *utro.

Pronunciation

Noun

ēast m

  1. the east

Declension

Descendants

  • Средњи Енглески: est
    • Енглески: east
    • Шкотски: aist
  • Стари Француски: est
    • Француски: est

Adjective

Шаблон:ang-adj

  1. eastern, easterly

Declension

Шаблон:ang-adecl

Adverb

Шаблон:ang-adv

  1. from the east
  2. towards the east

West Frisian

Etymology

From Old Frisian āst, from Proto-Germanic *austrą.

Pronunciation

Adjective

east

  1. east, eastern, easterly

Inflection

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Further reading

  • east”, in Wurdboek fan de Fryske taal (in Dutch), 2011

Noun

east n (plural [please provide])

  1. east

Further reading

  • east”, in Wurdboek fan de Fryske taal (in Dutch), 2011

Noun

east c (plural [please provide])

  1. east, eastern former colonies

Further reading

  • east”, in Wurdboek fan de Fryske taal (in Dutch), 2011