E

e
is [Sch 81]
e
and [CT 10, 14, 24]
ebriacar
make drunk
ella
she
ellu
he
emballar
pack
embarazar
embarrass
embarazo
embarrassment
embraciar
embrace
emperador
emperor. acwl+an dy yryHw kan ysmw $wbk ampyradwr. The name of the king of Jericho was Emperor Shobach. (II Samuel, 10.18.) [SLE 127b]
wemlw qwnsyl fy beaDhwm bHDrt lampyradwr $wbk. And they took counsel together in the presence of Emperor Shobach. [SLE128a]
encora
still, yet [Sch 81]
enriquir
enrich
ensalada
see salade
epoca
epoch
erba
See gerba
error
error
esbinac
spinach
escadra
squadron
escala
ladder
escaldar
heat
escambiar
exchange
escambio
exchange
escapar
escape
escondir
hide
escripta
inscribed [Sch 78]
esnoga
synagogue. Hyn yqaDyw atflh f$nwGa ywm ljmea ma kanw yxrjw mn a$nwGa Gyr H+a yjwwzw lpr$h $nym mqra wa' trgwm. When they finished the Friday morning prayers, they did not leave the synagogue without going over the weekly scriptural lection, twice in the original and once in the Aramaic translation. [SLE 3b] (Also 79b, 80a and passim.)
espacio
period. rak: $wft dak: alspasyw dy tpasyyarna fy dak: aljnan. You have seen the period for which we walked in that garden. [SLE 5b]
espiritu
spirit. $gl aspiri+w. The work of the spirit. [SLE 152b]
esquima
bridle
esqui(v)era
receptacle. whadyk· lhagala kant xbat dak: lfranq fy wwaHd a$kywwra ddqyq. And that foolish woman hid that coin in a receptacle for grain. [SLE 101b]
(The etymology of this word is not clear. I incline to connect it with ModSp esquero "sack" or "bag", which has its root in Latin esca "food" and hence the meaning of the LF word is "a place for food.")
estar
be [Sch 78]
estimar
to esteem. wlkl as+ymarw dak· arby. Everyone esteemed that rabbi. [SLE 106a]
esto
this [Sch 79]
et
and [Sch 81]
êvèque
See albeque
evitar
avoid
exilar
exile
expliquer
to explain. mlzwm el adyyn ba$ ysplykyr a+em. The judge must explain the reason. [SLE 94a]
Note enunciation of the r in this verb. This form is contra Cohen (p. 412) who declares that the infinitive is regularised in all cases to -ar.

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