en iꞌmoi eye ball (lit: eye egg)
en kuꞌna vt close the eyes
en piꞌpɨ n eyelid (lit: eyeꞌs skin)
en ukaramʉ vr eyes crying, mostly from smoke
ena₄ vi 1drop, as in fruit ripening Iteperu enaꞌpʉ. Its fruit dropped (because it was ripe). 2fall, as in rain Awanakʉiꞌ kuru tuna enaꞌpʉ. Rain fell in the early morning.
ena₃ vi consummate, to become as one, to be together as husband and wife "Enanpai," taꞌpʉ itaanꞌpʉ uya ipɨꞌ. "Let's consumate our relationship," the husband said to her.
enaꞌ postp 1for Se akɨ itenaꞌ. Carry this for him/her. 2to 3about
eꞌnaika vr be or become vexed Ɨnoꞌ rɨ eꞌnaikatoꞌ oton. Your grandmother will be vexed.
enaka (var: enakan) postp 1to Menuka uya mɨrɨ, umʉre rʉꞌkwɨ Timothy enakan. I am writing to my little child, Timothy 2for
enakaiꞌ n wanting to vomit
enakaiꞌken vr be or become nauseated
Enaꞌku nprop the name given to a settlement along the Upper Mazaruni, near Kuyupenan
eꞌnaꞌkʉrʉtʉ 1n constipation Iyeꞌnaꞌkʉrʉꞌnɨ pɨꞌ man. He was with constipation. 2vr something stuck in a hole