We have measured electron drift in amorphous silicon-germanium nip photodiodes using the photocarrier time-of-flight technique. The samples show electron deep-trapping shortly after photogeneration, which is generally attributed to capture by a neutral dangling bond (D 0) to form a negatively charged center (D -). An unusual feature is that electron re-emission from the trap is also clearly seen in the transients. Temperature-dependent measurements on the emission yield an activation energy of about 0.8 eV and the remarkably large value of 10 15 Hz for the emission prefactor frequency. We also compiled results on electron emission from deep traps in a-Si:H, a-SiGe:H, and a-SiC:H from six previous publications. Collectively, these measurements exhibit "Meyer Neldel" behavior for electron emission over a range of activation energies from 0.2-0.8 eV and a prefactor range extending over nine decades, from 10 6 to 10 15 Hz. The Meyer-Neldel behavior is consistent with the predictions of the multi-excitation entropy model. We extract a ionization entropy of 20k B from the measurements, which is very large compared to crystal silicon. We discuss this result in terms of a bond charge model.