GLOSSARY 323 fimmdate: To pronounce; utter; articulate. Envelop: To surround; enclose. Envkonal: Affected by environment or surroundings. Ephemeral: Short-lived; brief. Epilepsy: A nervous disturbance accompanied by loss of con- sciousness, convulsions, foaming at the mouth, etc. ^phenomenon: An added phenomenon; something occurring afterwards; something purely secondary. Epistudft: Nose-bleed, Equable; Uniform; regular; even. Equilibiitun: Balance. Equivalent: Counterpart; representative. Erasure: Something erased or scratched out. Erotic: Relating to love; relating to sexual desire. Erroneous; Marked by error; incorrect. Erudition: Lea,rning; scholarship. Eftchew: Avoid; shun. Et cetera; Etc.; and so forth. Ethicsl: Relating to ethics, morals, or behavior. Ether-waves; Waves in the ether, a substance supposed to fill all space, Ethnological: Relating to ethnology, the science of the natural and families of men* Ittologlail: Relating to etiology, the science of the causes of. disease. Itpaology * The Mstory of a word; the science that deals with the history of words. Itsreka: Literally, '* I have found (it)." Evanescent; Vanish; fleeting; disappearing. Evocation: AnevoMng; a summoning; a calling forth. Evoke? To call forth; summon. Exacerbation: A growing or making worse. Exceipt: (noun) A passage quoted; an extract.