Contionary:e

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Atlantic

Etymology

From Latin ex.

Pronunciation

(Standard Atlantic) IPA: [e]

Preposition

e

  1. from (in space)
    Cros rivertu êxos Aṭinos.
    Tomorrow I'm coming back from Athens.
  2. from (in time)
    Lûnc ê nu cuḍixi êxu Eu di Meix.
    This is a book from the Middle Ages.
  3. made of (a material)
    Lânc charṭeda ê e foj.
    This chair is made of beech wood.
  4. derived from
    Los nimbos rumonxos provenint êxu laṭin, i lu laṭin provenil êxa nimba proto-indu-eurupinsi.
    The Romance languages are derived from Latin, and Latin is derived from Proto-Indo-European.
  5. of, as a result of
    Viviri sih murtus annus ê una veituria êxa iatria.
    To live so many years is a victory of medicine.

Contractions

Preposition e with articles
+ il lu la lus los nu una
e exil êxu êxa êxus êxos exun exuna

Avendonian

Pronunciation

(Central Avendonian) IPA: /e/

Etymology 1

From Latin et.

Conjunction

e

  1. and

Etymology 2

Pronoun

e

  1. third-person singular masculine pronoun; he
See also
Avendonian personal pronouns
personal pronouns possessive
pronoun
subjective objective
first
person
singular eo me mede
plural vi nos nosde
second
person
singular standard tu te tede
formal Si Side
plural i vos vosde
third
person
singular masculine e si side
feminine si
neuter et
plural si

Etymology 3

Noun

e f pl

  1. plural of a

Brooding

Pronunciation

(Brooding) IPA: /ɛ/

Preposition

e

of, regarding, related to.