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ESE

abbr.
east-southeast
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ESE

symbol for
(Navigation) east-southeast
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ESE

or E.S.E.,

east-southeast.

-ese

a suffix forming adjectival derivatives of place names, esp. countries or cities, frequently used nominally to denote the inhabitants of the place or their language (Faroese; Japanese; Viennese); also occurring in coinages that denote in a disparaging, often facetious way a characteristic jargon, style, or accent: Brooklynese; journalese.
[probably orig. < Italian -ese, later representing Sp, Portuguese -es, French -ais, -ois, all < Latin -ēnsem -ensis]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ESE - the compass point midway between east and southeast
compass point, point - any of 32 horizontal directions indicated on the card of a compass; "he checked the point on his compass"
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ESE

ABBR =east-southeastESE
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ESE

abbr of east-south-east → OSO
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