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by Robert Burns
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      Ear', early.
Earn, eagle.
Eastlin, eastern.
E'e, eye.
E'ebrie, eyebrow.
Een, eyes.
E'en, even.
E'en, evening.
E'enin', evening.
E'er, ever.
Eerie, apprehensive; inspiring ghostly fear.
Eild, eld.
Eke, also.
Elbuck, elbow.
Eldritch, unearthly, haunted, fearsome.
Elekit, elected.
Ell (Scots), thirty-seven inches.
Eller, elder.
En', end.
Eneugh, enough.
Enfauld, infold.
Enow, enough.
Erse, Gaelic.
Ether-stane, adder-stone.
Ettle, aim.
Evermair, evermore.
Ev'n down, downright, positive.
Eydent, diligent.