There is quite a shortage of four letter words that end with "ec." Therefore, you might be struggling to find many of these words, and perhaps you have not found any at all in your search. If you are on a journey to find such words, your luck will not change much here, as there are simply only a few of these words. However, we can certainly explore their definitions.
Here is a list of four letter words that end with "EC," as well as the definitions of these words:
Well, that is it! There are no more words that satisfy both of our requirements of ending in ec and containing no more than four letters. In fact, there are only a handful of words that end with "ec," no matter how many letters they have. The other words that end with "ec" are:
Maybe you are feeling frustrated that you could not accomplish your goal of finding more than three words that have both four letters and end with the letters "ec." However, remember that this situation is a byproduct of the forms of English language. If you are a lover of language, you will learn from, if not appreciate, the aspects of the language. Just listen to the sound of "ec." It makes that very strong "eck" sound. Try thinking about hearing that on a constant basis. It's not incredibly pleasant! Perhaps that is why so many words have not evolved from it. Furthermore, it's not incredibly common for the short "e" sound to appear at the end of the word. Frequently, when an "e" is near the end of a word, there is another vowel there, which makes that "e" say its full name.
Review the entire list of words - both four letters and not - that end with "ec." They tend to be abbreviations or shortened ways of saying other, more complicated words. Remember though, that they are often part of the jargon of a specific field, or a colloquial way of talking about more important issues. For example, you do not want to walk into a building for an interview and say that you are there to see the "exec officer." Be careful when you are using these four letter ec words. You do not want to come across as pretentious by assuming that you can just march in to a company and refer to their CEO as an "exec."