ekeꞌpɨ dirty, filthy, something thrown away
ekepu (poss: ɨyekepu) n corpse Sises ekepu karapaimaiꞌ tʉ- utɨ -toꞌ -kon pe the ones going to anoint Jesus' corpse with oil
eꞌkereuta vi be or become slimy, so as to be nonconsumable, spoiled Sikaru eku eꞌkereutasaꞌ. The sugar cane drink has become slimy.
eꞌkerewe nom 1something slimy Eꞌkerewe pe kuiwa esi. The snail is slimy. 2something slippery
eketuꞌka vt wear out, exhaust Wʉi uya uyeketuꞌkaꞌpʉ. The sun exhausted me.
Eki Sikʉ nprop Young Cassava Festival, celebrated by the Alleluia adherants
ekiririꞌka vt shave Utaꞌsiꞌpoꞌ ekiririꞌkaꞌpʉ uya. I shaved my beard.
eꞌkɨiꞌma vi be or become feverish Eꞌkɨiꞌmaꞌpʉ. I got a fever./I became feverish.
eꞌkɨrɨka vi anoint Karapa ke iyeꞌkɨrɨkaꞌpʉ. He anointed himself with oil.
ekɨrɨnka vi be or become cracked Yʉi ekɨrɨnkaꞌpʉ. The wood cracked.
eꞌkɨrɨnta vi tan, get darker by the sun Ipiꞌpɨ eꞌkɨrɨntaꞌpʉ. His skin tanned.
eꞌkɨtɨtɨiꞌka vi 1be or become clean by rubbing dirt off one's skin Iyeꞌkɨtɨtɨikaꞌpʉ. He rubbed dirt off his own skin. 2grind, especially grind one's teeth
eꞌkoroika vi be or become sprained in one's ankle Iyeꞌkoroikaꞌpʉ. He sprained his ankle.