eꞌ₁ n form, shape kanau eꞌ the form of a canoe
eꞌ- to cause to be; detransitivizer, changing a transitive verb into an intransitive one Iyeꞌmakoimaꞌpʉ. He sinned. Iyeꞌkawaiꞌtɨꞌpʉ. He smoked (tobacco/a cigarette).
eimaꞌ (var: aimaꞌ; poss: ɨyeimakʉ / ɨyeimakʉʉi) n griddle used for baking cassava bread
eimarare n a variety of snake
Eimaꞌtɨi nprop the name given to a place near Paruima; a place where eima' is found around the savannah area
eisika vt sift Eki eisikaꞌpʉ iya. She sifted the cassava.
ekainʉmʉ (var: ekainʉn) vi 1climb Tɨꞌ pona iyekainʉmʉꞌpʉ. He climbed onto the rock. 2go in an upward direction 3ascend
ekainʉnpa vt carry up Mɨrɨ ton ekainʉnpaꞌpʉ uya. I carried these up (from the river).
ekamʉ (var: ekan) vt 1distribute, give out Ipoitorʉ ton uya ekamʉ aꞌtai, When his disciples distribute, 2serve Kasiri ekannin iꞌse eꞌaiꞌ. I need someone to serve kazak. 3share Mekamʉi peꞌ? Are you sharing? Ewaiꞌ, sekamʉi. Yes, I am sharing.