- (personification) The wind from the east.
- 1847: Alfred Lord Tennyson, The Princess
- : and I sat down and wrote, In such a hand as when a field of corn Bows all its ears before the roaring
- 1859: Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities
- : uneasy rushes of wind went through the hall ... , West, North, and South, through the woods, four heavy-treading, unkempt figures crushed the high grass and cracked the branches
- (meteorology) Any persistent wind from the east (usually applied to broad currents or belts of easterly winds).
- Facing the east; directed towards the east.
- Located towards the east.
- In an eastward direction or position; towards the east.
- From the east.
- Of, facing, situated in, or related to the east
- (of a wind) blowing from the east; easterly
- (loosely) oriental
- (computing) The "Enter" key on a computer keyboard.
- (computing) A stroke on that key.
- To go into (a room, etc.)
- (transitive) To type (something) into a computer.