eꞌtururuka vi tumble, fall down a steep incline
etʉi vi be or become frightened Mɨrɨpan noꞌsamiꞌsi etʉipɨtʉꞌpʉ. Then the old woman became frightened.
eꞌtʉkʉiꞌtʉkʉiꞌma vi rippled, as in the surface of water after a stone is thrown into it
eꞌtʉrinka vi tired, sleepy
eꞌtʉrunka vi thunder, the action that results from lightning
eꞌtʉrʉmʉ vi rumble, the sound of thunder Korʉme eꞌsaraꞌtɨꞌpʉ eꞌtʉrʉnpɨꞌnɨ pɨꞌ. Thunder started rumbling.
eꞌtwarika vi 1escape from home Iyeꞌtwarikaꞌpʉ. She escaped from home. 2leave
eꞌtwariꞌma vi suffer Iyeꞌtwariꞌmaꞌpʉ. He suffered.
ewa (poss: ɨewa) n 1fishing line 2rope, string
ewaiꞌ nawon I'm not sure; I don't know; the unsure response to a yes-no question