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eˈeintj|ENGhey|TPIe|ROEe
emalaˌe.mɑ.ˈlɑʔna|ENGginger species, used as medicine for headache and fever, the person talks to it then puts it in a cup with water and drinks it, also used for bathing|TPIgorgor|ROEemalaGENERIChaidangaflower
enuamˌe.nu.ˈɑmna|ENGvine species with edible leaves that is the first thing to grow in a new garden even though it is not planted|TPIkumul|ROEenuamGENERICwaxuvine
enggengeŋ.ˈɡeŋRamuk variantgenggengna|ENGvine species, used for cold medicine by cutting and then drinking the sap|TPIrop|ROEbalinga babunaGENERICwaxuvine
epˈɛpna|ENGyellow flower species|TPIplaua|ROEepGENERIChaidangaflower
Epasasˈɛ.pɑ.sɑsnprop|ENGEphesians, a book of the Bible|TPIEfesus|ROEEpasasEnglish
Eprilnprop|ENGApril, the month|TPIEpril|ROEEprilEnglish
Esekielnprop|ENGEzekiel, a book of the Bible|TPIEsekiel|ROEEsekielEnglish
Esranprop|ENGEzra, a book of the Bible|TPIEsra|ROEEsraEnglish
Estanprop|ENGEsther, a book of the Bible|TPIEsta|ROEEstaEnglish
etuaˈe.tu.ɑna|ENGdistant high place|TPIantap|ROEsiataBaing xung mari etua bimbia.And he fell down up on the mountain.CROSS REFERENCEhadownhatayonderhatawadown (yonder)hawabelowyatuaup (near)
ewenyelise.ˈwen.je.lisna|ENGan evangelist|TPIevenjelis|ROEtuxananaEnglish