eꞌwaipaꞌma vi have a burning sensation on the skin Upiꞌpɨ eꞌwaipaꞌmaꞌpʉ. My skin burned (after being scratched by a grass).
ewakayu nom someone or something young Ewakayu pe iyesi. He is young.
ewakiri (var: ewakʉri) nom like, preference Ewakiri pe kasiri esi. My like is kaziri. Tewakiri pe tʉsapatooi ɨnkonekapai iyesiꞌpʉ. He was wanting to make this own sandals that he likes.
ewako n a variety of mushroom
ewakʉ vt 1scrape Naire ewakʉꞌpʉ uya. I scraped the paddle. 2carve Yʉi ewakʉꞌpʉ iya. She scraped the stick.
ewan (poss: ɨyewan) n 1belly 2spirit, the center of one's emotions or spirit 3stomach 4body cavity
ewan tɨpu (var: ewantɨpu) heart (lit: bellyꞌs rock)
ewanaꞌtɨ 1vt begin 2vi begin to Toꞌ koꞌmamʉ aꞌtai ewanaꞌtɨ iyai, esiꞌpʉ si ya rɨ, . . .. When they began to live together, . . ..
ewanayuru n a long, straight section of river tuna ewanayuru the straight stretch of river
ewankama vt cause someone to worry or to suffer Toꞌ ewankamaꞌpʉ iya. He made them suffer.
ewaꞌnoma 1vt fight Israelite amʉꞌ piyau toꞌ si esiꞌpʉ Philistine amʉꞌ ewaꞌnoma pɨꞌ. The Israelites were waging war with the Philistines. 2vi wage war usewaꞌnomantoꞌ a war 3vi hate 4vi be or become against another person
eꞌwanpa vt cherish Uneꞌwanpanʉ uwanamarii iꞌkwɨꞌsaꞌ iya. He broke the mirror I cherish.
ewantɨꞌmo vi hit someone in the abdomen or belly Iyewantɨꞌmoꞌpʉ. He hit someone in the belly.
eꞌwapiyaꞌka vi being or becoming first
ewaron n darkness, especially in a spiritual sense