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'e1smREwe.exclMuliyai 'e sae East Cape 'e sola, haba bagodu sa lau heyaya palapa.Afterwards we went through the passage at East Cape, then the breakers were really going bad.emi wasa begana doha ite, ai ema paisoa mate, ma faihona moho ӥ paisowa.A bit of your news is like this, in regard to our work, we are just working in three places.2GPCGPC
e1unspec. var. ofe4
e2unspec. var.edibaegubaGPCGPC
e3advyes{E} is sometimes lengthend to {ee--} when used to mean "yes."
e4unspec. var.e1GPCGPC
egubaunspec. var. ofe2
e5QIsaySeems to be the same morpheme as in the general possessive carrier {e}. See paradigm below
e-Q > QpfxRDP{e'esa}
EidanEida, a woman's name: The wife of Bania, and the mother of Grace, Joyce, Liya, Greg, Rua and other children.
-eVtr > VtrsfxTR2
ekalesiyan1church peopleIta pele ekalesiya te fa'oigogoma amaite'i.We the Christian people are gathered together here.ov. syndubu 1ekalesiya 2lau'u'ula1 12Christiansov. syndubu 1ekalesiya 1lau'u'ula1 1from Motu and Suau {ekalesia} borrowed from Greek "eklesia."
-'eVin > VtrsfxTR2
ela'elandrumov. synbwayatu
'EsmREwe.excl
ela'ela'ela'en, nuwaVtrjealous of someone (to be)Diyosepa afatuwahana sa nuwa ela'ela'ela'en.Joseph's older brothers were jealous of him.
E1smRE1IYau mate hewa yai E ta'ata'ai mate, egu aba lau leta E fakau.As for me,I was sitting up on top, because I didn't know where to get down.Ena bobon E aulaha, ubena loiloina ai difigu haba wa au.When it is morning and I set off, you will tie the braided rope around my waist.2IFirst person singular realis subject marker is written with a capital letter as {E}. This compares to writing capital "I" in English. It is pronounced with a non-abrupt onset, in contrast to a syllable beginning with a glottal stop, so is sometimes herd as, and written as {ye}.
E2advyes
ElaisanElisha
e. . .baQIsay (to)
elatiKQFkelatinkind of rat with a long tail
E1nE1
ElbynElby
Eldernelder
E2nE2