Erinnyes, The

Erinnyes, The (i.e. the roused-to-anger, in Latin, the Furies), the Greek goddesses of vengeance, were the daughters of Gaia, begotten of the blood of the wounded Uranus, and at length reckoned three in number, Alecto, Tisiphone, and Megara; they were conceived of as haunting the wicked on earth and scourging them in hell; they were of the court of Pluto, and the executioners of his wrath.

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

Erinna * Eris
Erectheus
Erfurt
Ergot
Eric
Eric the Red
Ericsson, John
Erie, Lake
Erigena, Johannes Scotus
Erin
Erinna
Erinnyes, The
Eris
Erivan
Erlangen
Erlau
Erl-King
Erminia
Ernesti, Johann August
Ernst, Elector of Saxony
Ernst I.
Eros