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na hanuklni kama (sis., na hapa)looks like (lit., and here)Na hanu bhihweri ebhyakurya.Ni kama chakula kimeisha.It looks like the food is finished.
-na (k.m., tuna, bhana, kiina, n.k.)kt-na (k.m., tuna, wana, kina, n.k.)haveEkisima kinu kiina amanji.Kisima hiki kina maji.This well has water.
na omooyo gwonsegokhna moyo wotewhole-heartedly
-naarakt-zungukago around, surround
-nagaktkuwa imarabe strong (firm)Obhurusa bhwa enyumba bhunagiri.Msingi wa nyumba umekuwa imara.The foundation of that house is strong.
-nagukvimara, -enye nguvustrong, durable
-nagya1kt-wezabe able, can
-nagya2kt1-lindaprotect2-hifadhi, -tunzakeep, preserve
nahoku1iliso that, in order that2lakinibut
nairooninmnailoninylonobhuji bhwa nairooninyuzi za nailoninylon threads
-nanagakt-sema (bila kueleweka)speak (without being understood)
-nantirakt-natastick, adhere
-narakt-zoeaget used to, be accustomed to
-natakt-shika (mwanaume kwenye korodani)grab (a man by his testicles)
nawekwnayewith him, with her
-ndi (k.m., ebhindi, egindi, n.k.)kw-ingine (k.m., vingine, nyingine, n.k.)other, another, some
Ndimiranmmwezi wa sita (Juni)June
ndumira kabhirinmndumilakuwili, ndumakuwilidouble-crosser, two-faced person
ndyagwakthabari za jioni (salamu ya jioni)good evening (evening greeting)
ndyokw.msisndilothis thing (emphatic)-o (k.m., ngyo, ndyo, nkyo, n.k.)
-nekv-nnefour
-neen'yakt-nyonyesha (mtoto mchanga)nurse (a baby)
-neenakt-nyonyasuckle, suck
-negeen'yakt-tekenyatickle