Vo’kspeech Wordlist/E

E'en advEven
Ea nDrain (on Somerset Levels)
EaglenHaw (fruit)
Eairts nStubble
Ean vLamb
Ear-dropsnFuchsia
Ear (1)nLagoon
Ear (2)vPlough
Earn vDeposit
Eart advWhilom
Earth nPloughing
Earthful adjEarthly
Ear-Grass nGrass, freshly-mown
Ease vShit
Easement nEase
Easilier advMore easily
Easse nEarthworm, large
East (1)nKiln for drying hops
East (2)nYeast
Easter adjEastern
Eaves-swallownHouse martin
Eaver nDarnel
Edge vHarrow
Edging nPlant used in herbaceous borders
Eens conjEven as
Ee-GrassnStubble
Eggler nEgg-seller
Eglet nHaw (fruit)
Egyptian nWater avens
Eiry nSapling
Eke advPlus
Elder nUdder
Element nSky
Elet nFuel
Eleven nElevenses
Elevener nElevenses
Elevens nElevenses
Elisha’s Tears nNutmeg, flowering
Ellook intLook here
Elmen adjElm wood, made of
Else advOtherwise
Elsh adjFresh
Elt nPiglet
Eltrot nCow parsnip
Elvan nBlue porphyry
Emmut nFull force (of wind)
Emony nAnemone
Empt vEmpty
Empty nCanary grass
En pronThird person singular
Endilope nEnvelope
Endurable adjDurable
EnginenHinge
English ParrotnGreen Woodpecker
Enjoy (1)vEndure
Enjoy (2)vThrive (of plants)
Enny advOnly
Ent vEmpty
EntervBreak in a hound
Enunty advOpposite
Equal advEqually
Erd adjRed
Ere advEver
Errand nGo on an errand
Erwuts nOats, wild
Ess nHook, S-shaped
Ett intGiddy up (to horse)
Eten-Bird nWryneck
Ettle nNettle
Eute vPour
Eve-churrnMole cricket
Eve (1)nRoost for hens
Eve (2)vSweat (of stone)
Eveling nEvening
Evemen nEvening
Evenings nEvening delivery of grass or corn
Ever AadjAny
Ever A One adjEither
Everlasting GrassnCommon Saintfoin
Evet nNewt
Evil (1)nIllness
Evil (2)nPitchfork
Eydons nHarrows
Eye nBrood of pheasants
Eyemers intExclamation of surprise