etútún71just, merely2for the sake of, rather thanKɔ́gɛ́ɛ́ alébpé sáŋ etútú nɛ́n mə́mə̄ akɛ anyén sáŋ.Koge invited his father to come, rather than going so see him.Akií Kɔ́gɛ́ɛ́ anyén etútú edəŋge é mwǎn ne sáŋ.The father went to see Koge for the sake of fatherly love.
eʼtwɛ́metwɛ́n14/61gum treeCanarium schweinfurthii2bush plum (edible)3wax, from bush, resin (used for torches, sealing calabashes)Béchə̂ŋnɛ eʼtwɛ́ pid.Drinking calabashes are sealed with wax.
etyəgn71sufferingAne mwǎn anyénɛ etyəg áyə̄le nyaá ěesaá.That child is suffering because his mother is not there.2helplessness3wretchedness4compassion, pityAkóbtɛ́né mə́ etyəg.He was moved with pity for him.
ewakeeʼwaken7/8chimpanzee; pigmy/dwarf chimpanzee, “gorilla”Pan trogolodytesNzé ewake ébɔ́mé ekáá áyə̄le bwɛl, éʼsālē áte.If a "gorilla" hits a stick with its hand, it breaks.
ewándéeʼwándén7/8fiancé, woman promised in marriageAwem nsón échi ewándé épédé.My friendʼs fiancé has come.
eʼwáŋmewáŋn14/6tree used for firewood, has thornsNgɛn e eʼwáŋ ehabpɛ́ʼ ámīn.A branch from eʼwaŋ easily breaks off.
ewaŋgeeʼwaŋgen.mod7/81bravery in fighting, force, braveAdé ewaŋge áte.He doesnʼt take nonsense from anyone. He is brave.Adé mod a ewaŋge á mǐd-te.He looks like one who is belligerent. 2arrogant, harsh3violence