|English Word||Japanese Kanji||Japanese Word|
|Each Moment Only Once||ichigoichie|
|Earthquakes, Thunderbolts, Fires, Fathers||jishin kaminari kaji oyaji|
|Even dust if piled can become a mountain||chiri wo tsumoreba yama to naru|
|Even Monkeys Fall Out Of Trees||saru mo ki kara ochiru|
|Everyday is a good day||nichinichi kore koujitsu|
(1) Indicates a word created for its meaning. These will not be found in the dictionary but intended for use a literal translations of names and used in Names in Japanese.
(2) The kanji for some common Japanese words are strange. These exceptions are now often written in katakana rather than in kanji. For example, Fern is shida which has the kanji which literally reads "sheep teeth". Dolphin is another example which is iruka and has the kanji which literally reads as "ocean pig".(3) Indicates a Japanese name.