ewaꞌta (poss: ɨewaꞌta) n armpit
ewekʉ (var: ewetʉ) vt feed someone else Irepapɨtʉ iya, ewekʉ iya saꞌne si. He gave it, he really fed him.
eꞌweꞌpɨꞌma vi itch Uꞌpai eꞌweꞌpɨꞌmaꞌpʉ. I itched my head
eꞌweꞌsenaukwa vi wipe oneself after defecating Iyeꞌweꞌsenakwaꞌpʉ. He wiped himself.
eꞌweukwa vi disappear, disappear suddenly Mɨrɨ aꞌtai enariꞌkeꞌ pe toꞌ eꞌtoꞌ eꞌwekwaꞌpʉ. And so, their fear disappeared.
ewɨ vi 1marry Ewɨsaꞌ iyesi -ꞌpʉ. He was married. 2living at home
eꞌwɨrʉka vi very angry, indignant
eꞌwokʉnka vi part, as in clouds parting in the sky to let the sun shine through
ewonʉkʉ vt catch fish using a maswa or dam and trap Moroꞌ amʉꞌ ewonʉkʉꞌpʉ iya. He caught plenty fish using a dam and trap.
eyaton (var: eyaton non; poss: ɨeyaton) n 1rival 2enemy