Browse Vernacular - English
NianiyauNianiyauA point of land near Suau.
nibele1tadpole2pollywogNibele wa ahena sa susu.The tadpole's legs formed.Hama ma'ena fa'ilu Nibele mate, ho'owa yai sa miya.Fish lived in the water with his companion, Tadpole.
NicodimoNicodemusFalesiya esega hesana mate Nicodimo. In dogana mate, beyabeyana ya lau Yesu ya ita.There was one Pharisee named Nicodemus. He was the person who long ago had gone to see Jesus.9.7.1Name of a person<ENG "Nicodemus"
-n2unspec. var. offuyo'encomp.der.faliba lauwenspeak to him about it, tocomp.der.faliba lauwenspeak to him about it, toder.fataumayamaya'encause shame for him, to
na1andWalahisa esega E gwali, na walahisa wa ya pito.I speared one prawn, and the prawn jumped.2butYo fede, ginauli wa ya hasaema, na nenena hige ya ita.And then the thing came up, but I did not see its form.Buka ӥ bui, na usa ea ota~esegahi. yo borowada ya wewe-esegahi hinaga be hige ai paipaisoa,We translate the Book, but the rains have held on, and the floods have continued also, se we are not working.3nowov. synma-2 1
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nabamarkYena sai Suisui Manamanabalana yo oitauna ya fadebasae yo yo ena naba ai deba pogana o ai nimana sa uli mate, . . .When anyone worships the Wild Animal and his statue, and they write his mark on his forehead, then, . . .
nabala1bush cherry treeNenena doha nabala uluna dubadubana. It looks like the bush cherry called Nabala, with dark fruit. (LIT black fruit).2cherry tree species A bush cherry tree whose small fruit is edible and which makes good jam. The seeds are cling stone, and cannot be removed easily until the fruit is cooked. Color of fruit ranges from light red to dark purple, they grow in clusters, and they are oval in shape.
nabu'a1SUnabu'a21obsidian knife2knife made of obsidian3stone knifeEna wau'oya e nabu'a ya tami ya ofi, ana alima yai ya fa'afi.He finished chipping his obsidian knife, and tucked it into his armband.
nabutuwa2spirit of storms and mountains
NabutuwaNabutuwaNabutuwa wa, golowa ena bodau i gela afuleni, yo ena suwali ie abi.The storm spirit got (took) her comb when the girl had run away and left her basket.Nabutuwa: "storm spirit," is the name of a spirit world being in traditional stories. Nabutuwa are said to cause big storms and floods.1.4.2Spirits of things