Engadine

Engadine, a noted Swiss valley in the canton of the Grisons, stretches about 65 m. between the Lepontine or Rhætian Alps; is divided into the Lower Engadine, wild and desolate, and the Upper Engadine, fertile and populous, and a favourite health resort; the river Inn flows through it, its waters collected here and there into lakes.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Enfield * Engedi
Encyclopedist
Endemic
Endogens
Endor
Endosmose
Endymion
Eneid
Energy, Conservation of
Enfantin, Barthélemy Prosper
Enfield
Engadine
Engedi
Enghien, Louis de Bourbon, Duc d'
Engineers, Royal Naval
Engineers, the Corps of Royal
England
England, The Want Of
Engles, Friedrich
Enid
Enniskillen
Ennius