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ec [ek] prn. i. 1st prsn. nom. sg. pronoun. See appdx. ii§4 for details.[eka]

eðþ [eþ] adv. again. [ed(a), id(a)]

eðþ [eþ] cjx. but, however, still, yet. Synonyms: ac. [aþ, eþ, iþ]

egʌ [egal] n.w.n. hedgehog. [egilaz (st.m.)]

[ewh] n.w.m. steed, a soldier’s horse. Synonyms: hæŋst, hrus, marh. [ehwaz (st.m.)]

elaseŋʒʀ [elasenggur] n.w.n. cardamom, Elettaria cardamomum. [elō- from IE elā-, from Skt. elā, + seŋʒʀ (ginger)]

elh [elh] n.w.n. elk. [elhaz (st.m.)]

en [en] prp. in, inside of, into. [ina]

en [en] adv. on, further.

enðra [enðra] adv. in, into, inwards. Synonyms: enverðs.

enðrablōðþgaŋ [enðrablóþgang] n.st.n. vein. Synonyms: ūtþrablōðþgaŋ.

enɴ [enan] adv. from within, from the inside.

-ena [-ena] sfx.f. -er, -ess, -trix. Feminine noun ending. Synonyms: –stra. [-innōn]

enverðþ [enverþ] adv. inward(s). Synonyms: en, enðra.

enverðþ [enverþ] adj. inward.

eŋʒ [engg] n.w.m. Ing (a god, consort of Freya). [ingwaz (st.m.)]

eŋʒ [engg] pfx. related to saturday. This may be prefixed to various time markers, e.g. eŋʒsāvɴþ = saturday evening, eŋʒsnaht = saturday night, &c.

eŋʒesc [enggwesk] adj. ingvaeonic.

eŋʒlesc [engglesk] adj., n.w.n. english.

eŋʒsdag [enggsdag] n.w.m. saturday.

erðþ [erþ] n.w.n. earth, ground, dirt, soil. [erþō (st.f.)]

erðþapʌ [erþapal] n.st.n. potato.

erðþærvæt [erþarvet] n.w.n. peanut.

erðþvetscap [erþvetskap] n.w.n. geology.

ernd [ernd] n.w.n. good news, information, good tidings, message. Synonyms: mār. [erundjam]

ernda [ernda] n.w.m. messenger, bearer of good news; ambassador.

erndastra [erndastra] n.w.f. messenger, bearer of good news; ambassador.

espʀāntō [esperantó] n.w.n. esperanto. [esp. esperanto]

etɴ [etan] n.st.m. giant, etin. [etunaz (st.m.)]

etɴ [etan] v.t. to eat. [etan]

evf [ef] cjx. if, whether.

evna [evna] adv. even, just.

evɴ [evan] adj. even, level, balanced; just, fair. [ebna]

evɴbāg [evanbág] n.st.n. obstruction of justice.

evɴnes [evannes] n.w.n. justice, fairness, balance.

ewrōpa [ewrópa] n.w.f. europe. [grk. Εὐρωπά]

ewrōpesc [ewrópesk] adj. europæan.