anēta

aneeta

anēta

This is the word for solid, an attribute common to many of the recent entries. 🙂 In the singular, it can also be used as a generic word for some solid thing.

sū anjēlti anwīwi āñ alxien te jēta jatēspe to jampāenten to manahan sakēwīke;
In the middle of bare wilderness, this was unexpectedly a relic of civilization, of someone’s labor.

In this sentence, te jēta jatēspe to jampāenten is parsed as SE.past (it has to be se, because of to) solid.thing remaining.thing from civilization.

This word is possibly related to the –et ending in words like ansÄ«weta, anÄ“kketa, and ankōreta.