1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Eẃe
EẂE, a group of Negro peoples of the Slave Coast, West Africa. By the natives their country is called Eẃe–me, “Land of the Eẃee.” The Eẃe family forms five linguistic groups: the Anlo or Anglawa on the Gold Coast frontier, the Krepi of Anfueh speech, the Jeji, the Dahomeyans and the Mahi.
See further Dahomey, and A. B. Ellis, The Eẃe–Speaking Peoples of the Slave Coast ... (London, 1890).