east–sider

noun, often capitalized E&S east–sid·er \ˈēs(t)¦sīdə(r)\

Definition of east–sider

  1. :  a native or resident of the East Side of Manhattan

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Origin and Etymology of east–sider

East Side, the eastern part of Manhattan borough, New York City + English -er


First Known Use: 1880


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