Diary of ten years eventful life of an early settler in Western Australia and also A descriptive vocabulary of the language of the aborigines/A descriptive vocabulary of the language in common use amongst the aborigines of Western Australia/Part 1/E

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E, as in there, whether at the beginning, middle, or end of a word. See Preface.

Ech-enna, v.—Pres. part., Echenin; past tense, Echenăgă. To happen; to befal—as Dtonga gori yan echennăgă, what can have befallen, or happened to my ears lately; when a man wishes to express that he does not take in or comprehend at all what you are telling him.

Edabungur—(K. G. S.) To make a noise like thunder.

En-găllăng, v.—Pres. part., Engăllăngwin; past tens, Engăllăngăgă. To surround.

Ennow, v.—Pres. part, Ennowin; past tense, Ennaga. To walk; to move.

Enung—(Vasse.) Whose, or of whom.

Epal—(K. G. S.) A little while ago.

Errudo—Nyroca australis, Eyton; white-winged duck.