Words That Start With Er: Enhance Your Vocabulary Effortlessly

Discover a variety of words starting with “er” that you can use to enhance your vocabulary.

  1. Eradicate- completely remove or destroy.
  2. Erase- remove marks, data, or memories.
  3. Erect- upright in position or posture.
  4. Erode- gradually worn away by natural forces.
  5. Err- make a mistake.
  6. Errand- a short journey to accomplish a specific task.
  7. Errant- straying from the proper course or standards.
  8. Erratic- not even or regular in pattern, unpredictable.
  9. Erstwhile- formerly.
  10. Erupt- burst or break out suddenly.
  11. Erudite- having or showing great knowledge.
  12. Erosion- the process of eroding.
  13. Erotic- relating to sexual desire and pleasure.
  14. Erroneous- wrong; incorrect.
  15. Ermine- a stoat, especially when in its white winter coat.
  16. Erysipelas- a bacterial skin infection.
  17. Eraser- an object used to remove pencil marks.
  18. Ergonomic- designed for efficiency and comfort in the working environment.
  19. Erasure- the act of erasing something.
  20. Erudition- the quality of having great knowledge or learning.
  21. Erne- a sea eagle.
  22. Erinaceous- resembling a hedgehog.
  23. Eristic- characterized by contentious argument.
  24. Erector- a muscle that keeps a part erect.
  25. Erg- a unit of work or energy in the centimeter-gram-second system.
  26. Earnest- resulting from or showing sincere and intense conviction.
  27. Ergo- therefore.
  28. Erelong- soon, in a short time from now.
  29. Erythema- redness of the skin typically caused by injury or irritation.
  30. Erythrocyte- a red blood cell.
  31. Era- a long and distinct period of history.
  32. Erst- long ago; formerly.
  33. Ergosterol- a sterol component in fungal cell membranes, precursor to vitamin D2.
  34. Erectile- capable of being erected or of erecting.
  35. Ergograph- an instrument for measuring and recording the work capacity of muscles.
  36. Erosive- tending to erode or cause erosion.
  37. Eructation- a belch.
  38. Eruption- a bursting out, as of volcanic ash or gas.
  39. Ersatz- made or used as a substitute, typically an inferior one.
  40. Erugo- another term for patina; a green or brown film on the surface of bronze or similar metals.
  41. Erogenous- (of a part of the body) sensitive to sexual stimulation.
  42. Erythromycin- a type of antibiotic used to treat several kinds of bacterial infections.
  43. Ergative- relating to an ergative language, where the subject of an intransitive verb and the object of a transitive verb are expressed by the same grammatical case.
  44. Erythropoietin- a hormone produced by the kidneys that increases the rate of production of red blood cells.
  45. Ergon- in philosophy, the function or characteristic work of something.
  46. Ermine- a stoat, particularly in its white winter coat.
  47. Erubescent- becoming red or reddish; blushing.
  48. Errancy- the state or condition of being errant.
  49. Eringo- a European plant of the parsley family, known for its spiny leaves.
  50. Eruct- belch forth, to erupt.
  51. Erumpent- bursting forth.
  52. Ere- before (in time).
  53. Erubesce- to blush or turn reddish.
  54. Eriophyid- a type of tiny mite that infests plants.
  55. Erstwhile- former; of times past.
  56. Ergophobia- an abnormal fear of work.
  57. Ergot- a fungus that grows on rye and other cereals.
  58. Erstwhile- former, previous (often used to denote a previous title or state).
  59. Earnestly- with sincere and intense conviction; seriously.
  60. Erse- Scottish Gaelic language.
  61. Erigeron- a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family.
  62. Erythroblast- an immature red blood cell.
  63. Erbiage- unnecessary or excessive use of technical terms.
  64. Erectile- capable of erection or being erected.
  65. Ergophile- one who loves work and is industrious.
  66. Errata- a list of errors in a printed work.
  67. Eruditely- in a manner that shows great academic knowledge.
  68. Erethic- characterized by increased irritability.
  69. Ergasia- an unusual or abnormal work pattern.
  70. Erlenmeyer- a type of flask used in laboratories.
  71. Ersa- a minimal, poetic language created for music or art.
  72. Eruptive- referring to or involving an eruption.
  73. Eros- the Greek god of love.
  74. Eringium- a plant genus belonging to the family Apiaceae.
  75. Erin- a poetic name for Ireland.
  76. Errol- a given name.
  77. Erstwhile- at an earlier time; formally.
  78. Eremite- a hermit or recluse, especially a religious one.
  79. Ergodic- concerning or characterized by systems that involve a recurrence of states.
  80. Eristical- given to or characterized by the tendency to dispute.
  81. Eructate- emit gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth; belch.
  82. Erratum- an error in writing or printing.
  83. Eructation- act of burping or releasing gas from the stomach through the mouth.
  84. Erumpent- bursting forth or bursting out.
  85. Erectile- capable of becoming erect.
  86. Eranthis- a genus of perennials in the buttercup family.
  87. Eremurus- a genus of flowering plants in the lily family.
  88. Erinaceous- resembling a hedgehog.
  89. Eros- the god of love in Greek mythology.
  90. Erosibility- susceptibility to being eroded.
  91. Eruditely- with a high degree of knowledge or learning.
  92. Eruditely- showing great knowledge or learning.
  93. Erasable- capable of being erased.
  94. Erubescent- becoming red or reddish; blushing.
  95. Erewhon- an imaginary land described in a 19th-century satire by Samuel Butler.
  96. Ergotamine- a medication used to treat headaches.
  97. Eruct- to belch; to release gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth.
  98. Erumpent- bursting or piercing through a surface.
  99. Erection- the state of being erect or the process of becoming erect.
  100. Erasing- removing written or printed material or data.

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