We’re on sentence nine of the Babel text:
il tamma ien ē ñi liēn rā āke aþ ñalla anwaxāon tō tūaþ ñi anxiēna nīkamma sāim ankewōra cī;
ankewōra is a word that applies to liquids and to mental states and means that the liquid or state used to exist but doesn’t now, likely because it has all been used already. So, “emptied” of a glass of water, or “used up” of an amount of oil, or simply “ended, finished” of a mental state. In this sentence it applies to the mental state of anxiēna “understanding”.
“Then he said: I will go there and I will make confusion in order that the understanding between them becomes ended.”