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naconj1with9.6.1.3Association9.5.2.2With, be with9.5.2.1Together9.5.3.3With (a patient)9.5.2.3With, do with someone8.4.5.2.2At the same time9.6.1.4Combinative relation2andMusa na Yohaana bakwete kughenda.Moses and John are going.Synkanditi̱19.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions
nabalasani̱nabalasani̱ncolouring spice for tea5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients5.2.3.3.3Spice
nahabwekiconjthereforeSynkiisekusa 2kwesi9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions
naho-nahoadvnow, immediately, there and thenSynendindi 3kitungʼendindi8.4.6.4.4Immediately8.4.6.3.1Now8.4.6.3Present
nai̱jolonai̱jolonslasher; slicer for cutting grass by hand6.2.8Agricultural tool6.2.4.1Cut grass6.2.2.1Clear a field
nakantuadvneverTaasi̱ye nakantu.He has not come.Synnsele29.4.6.1No, not8.4.6.6.6Never
nakatagalabanakatagalanpriestSynmu̱hongi̱mwahule4.9.7.1Religious person
nakati̱advnot yet8.4.6.4.2Not yet
nambanambaEnglishnnumberSynmuhendo 1mulingo 3mulundi 3nsuula 18.1.2Count8.1.1Number
namuununamuununcooking bananas, ‘matooke’5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas
nanansinanansinpineapple; low growing food crop, with leaves resembling aloe-vera, that bears very juicy yellow fruit having a rough skin5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nandikiconjor else9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.1.2Or, either9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.6.2.8Condition9.2.5Conjunctions
nangaconjbecauseTaakoli̱ye mu ofi̱i̱si̱ nanga mukali̱ we alwaye.He has not worked in the office because his wife is sick.9.6.2.5Cause9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions
nangakiadvwhy?9.4.3.3Interrogative 9.2.3.4Question words
nanjananjanlake; ocean; sea1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1Bodies of waterkukolela haa nanjavwork at sea6.6Occupation6.6.7.4Working in the sea
nankabhaconjeven so; even if9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.3Discourse markers9.6.2.8Condition9.2.5Conjunctions
nansibanansiEnglishnnurseSyndokitamu̱byali̱i̱si̱ya2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.1Doctor, nurse
naabukaliconjyet; even though; regardless of; all the while9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.6.3Discourse markers9.6.2.8Condition9.2.5Conjunctions
ncenkancenkanbroken pieces of rice5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.6.2Mill grain1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ncubancubanmould for brick making8.3.1Shape6.6.2.8Working with bricks6.6.2.4Working with clay
ndaghaanondaghaanonpromise; covenant; agreement; contract3.5.1.9Promise4.7.5.7Take oath4.7.8.1Covenant3.3.2.1Agree to do something6.8.5.2Give pledge, bond4.7.8Legal contract3.2.5.4Agree with someonekuhenda ndaghaanovbreak a contract4.7.8.2Break a contract
ndebelwamundebelwamunmirror2.3.1.7Reflect, mirror
ndegendegenair plane7.2.4.3Flykigyanilo kyʼendegenairstrip7.2.4.3Fly
ndelendelenfluteSynnsengu4.2.3.5Musical instrument