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*nabacnabáʔPlural of*naʔbacnot know how
*nac2-v-instrremainwith -a·la-Absolutivehanaca·lawsecond crop of fruit last to goDirectionalhanaca·lawsecond crop of fruit last to go*munaca·lastay after fire*šunaca·la(water) remain after tide goes out ?Prefixedhanaca·lawsecond crop of fruit last to go*munaca·lastay after fire*šunaca·la(water) remain after tide goes out ?
*nac4-v-instrbe silhouettedPrefixed*pʰinacbe silhouetted
*nac3-v-instrgather, remainoften with a DirectionalDirectional*hanaca·laremainPrefixed*banacblame*binacgather in arms*canachide behind*cunacpile up save thrifty*cʰinacsweep together*danacpush together*dinacgather*hanaca·laremain*hinacgather*minacpush with toes*munacgather moving objects*pʰanacpush together with pole*pʰunacgather by wind*šunacgather by pulling
*nac1-v-instrdrive, herdPlural*nahciPrefixed*manacdrive animal
nacʼololnacʼolólndeer-head disguise for huntingNominal Phrasenacʼolol daʔbo· qʰalecottonbatting plant
nacʼolol daʔbo· qʰalenacʼolól daʔbo· qʰalencottonbatting plant, everlasting, cudweedGnaphalium chilense (Sunflower Family)Technology: The cottony flower tops were used like stuffing to line deer antler head disguises where it rested on the forehead (Oswalt, linguistic files). • Season: June to August.nacʼololdeer-head disguise*daʔbostuff by handqʰale1tree, plant
*nahci-Plural of*nac1drive
nahmomonahmomónarmpit2.1.6Bone, jointCompoundnahmomo ʔimearmpit hair
nahmomo ʔimenahmomó ʔimenarmpit hair2.1.5Hairnahmomoarmpitʔimebody hair
*nahtinahtaqáʔPlural of*ne3throw, put long object put (long) on ground bring fall, drop set a day
*nam-v-instrn. defSynonym*diʔboqʼhit against hard by falling*diʔboqʼhit against hard by falling*diʔboqʼotflop down hard*hiʔboqʼotflop down*ʔkʼilavoid*ʔkʼilavoidkʼili 1blackkʼili 1black
*nanutahqananutáhqawvincapacitate*nanutaqget crippled
*nanutaqnanutáʔvget crippledPlural*nanuta·taqCausative*nanutahqaincapacitatenanu·crippled
*nanuta·taqPlural of*nanutaqget crippled
nanu·nanu·´adjcrippled; lame2.5.3InjureSynonymbanocrippledhanuʔsʼalimpingVerbalization*nanutaqget crippled
nanu·hananu·ha´npocket knife6.7.1Cutting tool
napʰa codo·dunapʰa códo·dunsmall spring salmon about a foot long1.6.1.5Fishnapʰa·harpoon*codo·dcarry along (in container) bring here (in container) carry along (supported underneath) bring here (supported underneath) ride horse along ride horse here
napʰaʔahsiynapʰaʔáhsiynhard, firm, difficult8.3.6.2Hard, firm6.1.3Difficult, impossible
napʰa·napʰa·´nharpoon, fish spear6.4.5.3Fishing equipmentNominal Phrasenapʰa codo·dusmall salmon
*napʰinapʰíwvflock together (especially of birds in the air)Compare*nohpʰo 1live in place
naqʼolonaqʼolónsmall shallow tray-like basket for parching grainCompareqʼolo·1mortar basket
naranhanaránhaFree Variant ofnara·haorange
nara·hanará·hanorange (fruit)5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitComparecʼahtaʔ šiʔbaorange, yellowFree Variantnaranha< Span. naranja
nasʼuhaynasʼúhaynumperhaps an old term for one hundred: known to be a number, but meaning is uncertainCompare=se·ntuhundredqʰošoṭʼomhmahundredarchaic