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e = out of, from
eadem = the same
eadem anno = in the same year
eadem loco = in the same town
eadem loco = in the same place (village)
eam = her
ebdomada = week
ecclesia = church
ecclampsia = convulsion
ego = I
ejus consors = his wife
ejus uxor = whose wife
ejusdem = the same
elapsus = past, elapsed
elutus = baptized
enim = for, namely, truly
eodem = the same
eodem die = on the same day
eorum = their
ephiparius = saddle maker
episcopus = bishop
equae = mares
equalis = equal
eques (equitis) = knight, cavalry soldier
equi = stallions
erant = they were
erecta = to raise
ergo = therefore, because of
erratum = error
esse = to be
est = he/she is
et = and, even
etiam = and also, and even
eum = him
ex = from, out of (places of origin)
ex causa = on account of, for the sake of
ex hac mortali ad immortalem vitam = from this mortality to immortal life (died)
ex illegitimo thoro = of illegitimate status
ex Imperio = or ex Imperium /i.e. Imperium romanum, Imperium romanun sacrum is the Latin form for "from the empire" [in german: "aus dem Reich"]. By "Imperio" was always understood the territory of the Holy Roman Empire [of German Nation; founded in 962]. Even if the "core" of the Imperio were the German states, this was much bigger than today Germany [including during the time some regions in today Holland, Belgia, Luxembourg, Czech, etc.]. Following the Thirty Years War [1618-1648], the Holy Roman Empire was almost an abstract concept. The emperor [with a single exception, always belonging to the House of Habsburg] was almost powerless. Still this concept will resist another 150 years [up to 6.08.1806]. So, "ex Imperio" does not provide any specific information on place of birth / origin and you can use the term "unknown" for the place of origin as well !
ex oriundus = originating (from), born in
ex Suevia = from Schwaben / Schwabenland or Swabia [which is a historic region in today Germany -Baden-Württenberg and the Bavarian administrative district of Swabia- and a language area. In the Middle Ages, most of Switzerland and Alsace was also considered to be part of Swabia
exhalavit animam = he/she breathed out his/her soul (died)
expositus = foundling
extr. unct. provisius = received extreme unction
extra = outside of, beyond
extraneus = stranger, foreign
extremum = last
extremum munitus = last rites provided
exulatus = exile

DISEASES

ecclampsia = convulsions; a form of toxemia (toxins, or poisons, in the blood) accompanying pregnancy, characterized by protein in the urine, by high blood pressure, albuminuria and oedema. In the late stages, convulsions occur. The term was used also for any form of convulsion
emphysema = emphysema
empicus = lung disease
effluvia = exhalations or emanations, applied especially to those of noxious character. Called also "vapours" and distinguished into the contagious effluvia, such as rubeolar (measles); marsh effluvia, such as miasmata; and those arising from animals or vegetables, such as odors
elephantiasis = gross enlargement of the body, especially the limbs, due to lymphatic obstruction by a nematode parasite transmitted by mosquitoes; a form of leprosy
emphisema pulmonary = a chronic, irreversible disease of the lungs, characterized by abnormal enlargement of air spaces in the lungs and accompanied by destruction of the tissue lining the walls of the air sacs. The condition was recognized as a chronic disease of the lungs associated with marked dyspnea (shortness of breath), hacking cough, defective oxygenation of the blood, blue color of facial skin, and a full and rounded or "barrel-shaped" chest. This disease is now most commonly associated with tobacco smoking
encephalitis = dropsy of the brain
encephalitis = swelling of brain; sleeping sickness
enteritis = inflations of the bowels
enterocolitis = inflammation of the intestines
epilepsia = a disorder of the nervous system, characterized either by mild, episodic loss of attention or sleepiness (petittnal) or by severe convulsions with loss of consciousness (grand mal)
epitaxis = nose bleed
erysipelas = contagious sickness [specific to the pigs and cows] and characterized by lack of appetite, some violet spots and swellings at neck and head
exsiccatio = literally, drying