na1ˈnɑna|ENkind or type|TPkainUxuma anginga xangxana maluxu mana umanga ba. Angingadi na bila baxup, karam, bang, senggu, mareng, saximbak xaung anginga teladi.You plant various food in that garden. Food types like banana, Chinese taro, corn, watermelon, sweet potato and other foods.
na2ˈnɑprep|ENto, Recipient Marker|TPlongNgasina anginga na saing tubu.I gave food to him and he grew.KEYTERM PHRASEUrana mogu nainaholy, something set apart by God for himself
-nanɑvsfx|ENhim, her, it, third-person singular object pronoun|TPemSok mana longga menau tang duwa mana.He arrived at the place the two were earlier at (it).
nabuˈnɑ.buconj|ENif, logical condition|TPsaposNabu udali yaxang tela, bing sangau.If you exceed one page, that’s ok.PHRASEnamua nabecause
nadimnɑ.ˈdimna|ENbamboo species, used for making arrow points|TPmambuGENERICbowabamboo
nagaˈnɑ.ɡɑadj|ENthat’s all, the end, the one and only, indeed|TPtasolIna naga. Xai sibuna.The end. Thank you.
nagannɑ.ˈɡɑnna|ENsmall fish species|TPpisGENERICsongfish
nagangnɑ.ˈɡɑŋna|ENblack saltwater fish species|TPpisGENERICsongfish
nagung1nɑ.ˈɡuŋna1|ENtorch made from bound, dry coconut leaves|TPlamBungina baladi masup, baing xap ruanginoa xaung nagunginoa, saing ilauba.When he finished telling them, he took his bow and arrows and his torch, and he left.2|ENlamp or light|TPlait3|ENflashlight or torch|TPtos
nagung2nɑ.ˈɡuŋna|ENcomet, a celestial object that travels slowly across the sky with a trail of light-reflecting debris following behind|TPsta i gat tel
nalaˈnɑ.lɑna|ENtree species, used for hand drums and houseposts|TPdiwaiGENERICxai1tree
nam1ˈnɑmconj|ENotherwise, lest|TPnogutUmaxania, nam luxu raxangia bu yaba tau mati, bu moxondi digamia kira mana.Be careful, otherwise he (dog) will go into the field and get burned to death, hence the owners will be mad at us about it.
nam2ˈnɑmv|ENto nurse, to feed at the breast|TPdringim susuGara kambagina tang ba nam su.The baby is crying to nurse on milk.
namangnɑ.ˈmɑŋna|ENlarge black bird species|TPpisinGENERICmang1bird
namangnamangnɑ.ˌmɑŋ.nɑ.ˈmɑŋna|ENhatchling, baby bird|TPnupela pikinini pisin
nambaxakianɑm.ˌbɑ.ɣɑ.ˈki.ɑna|ENflower species, used for decoration in singsings|TPplauaGENERIChaidangaflower
nambuˈnɑm.buv|ENto use a fishing technique in which the sap of the poison fish tree is released into an enclosed area of water to paralyze the fish, whereby they float to the top and are gathered|TPkilim pisBaing lipu tekkamdi ba dinambu waxuding longgalo tegia.And those coastal people fished by using posion with all of their vines in the sea.