etaꞌkwanʉmʉ (var: etaꞌkwamʉ) vi 1beg 2cry to be fed, like a dog
eꞌtamiriꞌtɨ (var: eꞌtamʉriꞌtɨ) vi smoke cigarettes or some other form of tobacco Keꞌtamiriꞌtɨiꞌ. Don't smoke.
eꞌtanaꞌpɨ n a clean spot, something clean or having been cleaned
etannɨmɨ vi 1talk 2sing, as a bird Uramiꞌ etannɨmɨꞌpʉ. the urami' bird sang.
eꞌtaꞌnʉkʉ (var: eꞌtaꞌnʉpʉ) vi 1be or become spread, cover an increasingly larger area Mɨrɨpan eꞌtaꞌnʉkʉꞌpʉ toꞌ kaisa rɨ toꞌ iꞌpai aꞌpɨꞌpɨtʉꞌpʉ iya. It touched each of their heads as it spread. 2be or become scattered ɨri eseru yaꞌ kʉrɨ rɨ kanan wɨnɨꞌpʉ, mɨrɨpan poitorʉ rʉꞌsan eꞌtaꞌnʉpʉꞌpʉ. this wicked one was also killed, and his former followers were scattered.
eꞌtaraika vi crawl, as a baby Iyeꞌtaraikaꞌpʉ. He crawled.
etarerumʉ (var: entarumʉ) vi 1whisper 2complain, grumble Main pɨꞌ enupanin nan etarerumʉꞌpʉ. The teachers of the law complained.
eꞌtari (eꞌtari yeꞌ) n someone drunk
etaꞌsiꞌpoꞌ (poss: ɨyetaꞌsiꞌpoꞌ) n beard
eꞌtataukwa vi leap, jump Umʉre eꞌtatakwaꞌpʉ teporiꞌma ke. My child leaped with joy.
etaꞌtɨ (var: etaꞌpɨꞌnʉmʉ) vi spit Iyetaꞌtaꞌpʉ non pona. He spit on the ground.
eꞌtaꞌtɨ vi grow legs, like a tadpole growing into a frog Ɨꞌrɨ pe ɨyeꞌsaꞌ? Ɨyeꞌtaꞌtɨsaꞌ! What has happened to you? You have grown legs!
eꞌteꞌka₂ vr reach, for a boat to reach dry land; land; arrive