to gather as into an eddy
- to maneuver as an eddy or as with an eddy to go in a circle
- a present of air or water working back or in a path as opposed to the key current
- movement in a circular present, of fluids
- founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)
- a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on it self
- an ongoing of air or liquid running straight back, or perhaps in a direction as opposed to the primary current.
- A current of water or atmosphere transferring a circular path; a whirlpool.
- to go as an eddy, or as with an eddy; to move in a circle.
- To collect as into an eddy.
kind of Edward. Guardian of success.
Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Male
mid-15c., Scottish ydy, perhaps regarding Old Norse i
- 1730 (transitive); 1810 (intrans.), from eddy (letter.). Related: Eddied; eddying.
part of the lake. Occurs when area of the existing runs up against the mal movement due to the contours regarding the water bank or sleep. Can also be made unnaturally. (sport: Canoeing)
(n.) An ongoing of environment or water running right back, or perhaps in a direction unlike the key up-to-date.
- (n.) A present of water or air moving in a circular course; a whirlpool.
- (v. i.) To move as an eddy, or like in an eddy; to maneuver in a circle.
- (v. t.) To gather as into an eddy.
When these last coils are traversed by an alternating current they induce local or eddy currents in the disk.