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.
Equable; Uniform; regular; even.
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
Ethnological: Relating to ethnology, the science of the natural
and families of men*
Ittologlail: Relating to etiology, the science of the causes of.
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.