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email

See also: Email, e-mail, E-Mail, and émail

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Etymology 1Edit

French émail (enamel)

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NounEdit

email (plural emails)

  1. (obsolete, circa 13th century) a raised or embossed image pressed into metal, such as a seal pressed into a foil and attached to a document
  2. A type of dark ink

Etymology 2Edit

see e-mail

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

email (countable and uncountable, plural emails)

  1. Alternative spelling of e-mail.
Usage notesEdit
  • Many speakers consider the spelling e-mail more correct; however, both spellings are quite common.
  • Noting that mail is not countable in common usage, certain style guides recommend against the countable use of email, preferring such phrasings as email message; however, such countable use is quite common.
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VerbEdit

email (third-person singular simple present emails, present participle emailing, simple past and past participle emailed)

  1. Alternative spelling of e-mail.
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NounEdit

email m

  1. enamel
  2. (informal) email (electronic communication)

Usage notesEdit

Some institutions discourage this spelling of electronic communication in favor of e-mail.


DutchEdit

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email n (uncountable)

  1. enamel

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FrenchEdit

NounEdit

email m (plural emails)

  1. (informal) email

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email f (invariable) (Also: e-mail)

  1. email

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