Used to prefix product names, to indicate an electrified or all-electric variant of the product, particularly cars.
Used to prefix product names, to indicate a battery-powered or onboard electric power source variant.
Used to prefix items that are embedded into devices, instead of being discrete or removable elements.
Third-person singular subject marker for tense modifying adverbs.
(alternative form of) ((non-gloss definition)-, (m)-, (m)-, (m)-, (m)-, (m)-, (m)-, (m)-, and (m)-initial words).
(l); including the hyphen (in an electronic or computerized form, often in association with the Internet)
(alternative form of) ''used before M and N''
(alternative form of) (gloss)
prefix that may be used on certain pronouns and adverbs to create "-ever" constructions, most of which are considered archaic or heavily archaic.
electronic; including the hyphen