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An acrostic is when the first letters of a name are used to form a proper word. This is not quite the same as an acronym, since an acronym doen't have to be a valid word. So an acrostic of No Doubt's "Just A Girl" would form the word Jag, but their song "Excuse Me Mr." would form EMM, which isn't a word. Acrostics are generally found in poetry where the first letter of each line is used to form a word.

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Entries Beginning with E

"TEAM," Lena Horne originally "The Eagle And Me"
Candy Welty
"ED," Kenny Loggins originally "Easy Driver"
Candy Welty
"ER," Thrice originally "Eleanor Rigby"
Emergency Room
"ED," Arcadia originally "Election Day"
Candy Welty
"EW," INXS originally "Elegantly Wasted"
"Ew" is the word for "Meat Grinder"
Mickey D.
"EW," Blonde Redhead originally "Elephant Woman"
The Mole
"EON," Dido originally "End of Night"
Lefty Lucy
"ED," U2 originally "Endless Deep"
Ed, short for Edward
"EAR," Cinema Bizarre originally "Erase And Replace"
Candy Welty
"EAR," The Cardigans originally "Erase And Rewind"
Brian Kelly
"ER," Avenged Sevenfold originally "Eternal Rest"
"ER," Avenged Sevenfold originally "Eternal Rest"
Abbreviations for 'Emergency Room'.
"EW," Seven Places originally "Even When"
"ELF," Jimmy Bowen originally "Ever Lovin' Fingers"
Candy Welty
"ELMS," Dolly Holiday originally "Ever Lovin' Memphis Sound"
Candy Welty
"EL," Robert Knight originally "Everlasting Love"
El: An elevated railway system.
"EH," Amy Grant originally "Every Heartbeat"
As in "Whatever".
"ELM," Stretch Arm Strong originally "Every Last Minute"
Millie Verst
"ELK," Bruce Hornsby & The Range originally "Every Little Kiss"
Something like a deer.
Brian Kelly
"ELM," The Boswell Sisters originally "Every Little Moment"
Candy Welty
"ELM," The Sophomores originally "Everybody Loves Me"
Candy Welty
"EE," Coheed and Cambria originally "Everything Evil"
"EAR," Billy Preston originally "Everything's All Right"
Candy Welty
"EGO," The Terraplanes originally "Evil Going On"
Candy Welty
"EW," Santana originally "Evil Ways"
Like in: "Ew! That's disgusting!"
"EW," Electric Light Orchestra originally "Evil Woman"

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