n-1prefix for nouns of class 1, preceding consonant initial stemsnchyáa,woman who has given birth. n-2prefix for nouns of classes 3 and 4, preceding consonant initial stemsnted,bundle. n-3Cntx.var.m-6Infl.var.ḿ-2ń-2I; verb prefix, first person singular (subject agreement marker) n-4verb prefix marking past tense ń2Cntx.var.ḿ2of, associative marker for nouns of classes 3 and 4 naaaːwhether, introducing alternatives that are considered -naadaːverb stem suffix -ned combined with the imperfective aspect markerNyə̌ ekennaad á nkog ḿ bwɛl.The snake is creeping up the tree trunk.Cf.-ned -naanaːverb stem suffix -nɛn combined with the imperfective aspect markerAtôgnaan bad.He always needs people.Cf.-nɛn nangomɛ́tree hyrax; tree dassie, “three fingers”Dendrohyrax dorsalisSyn.ebelɛbogɛ́ nchabɛnchabɛDial.var.nchabiSp.var.njabɛɛkind of tree (with nuts containing oil) nchabiSp.var.njabiDial.var.ofnchabɛ nchabnedɛfar awayAhɔ́bé aá waáb adé nchabnedɛ.He said his friend is far away. nchág1nchágSp.var.njághandle (of axe, spade, etc.)Apɔ́dé nchág ń chǒŋ.He prepared a handle for the hoe. nchágedbecháged1person responsible for the “entertainment” (feeding)2entertainmentCf.âchag nchámmeal (for settling dispute) nchám a ndyéédbechám bé ndyéédcookKǎg wê nchám a ndyééd.Go to the cookʼs house.