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-nunspec. var. ofno
na11linkertransitional particle; clause, discourse level linker indicating passage of time2injInterjection particle used when taking leave (of s.o.) meaning <<Okay>> or <<So then, I'll be going now.>>Na, od ipanow ad.3ptlTo introduce a result clause on lower level discourseNa, sikkow ron kos ba-ay no id nonangkap ku, su nolingut kud inis ingod piru waa a poron en nokokita to id kopi-i ku nod osowan, solamat su nokita ku sikkow, na od po-osoway kid moho."
na2unspec. var. ofno
na'allown.?
na'atnA bad foreboding or omen of what will happen in the future because of a bad or negative occurrance at the beginning or start of some new venture. (e.g., starting to plant a field, the start of a government official taking office, etc.).Sokkad mandad nod tonuran to kodpongamot iddos od kutollan ka to limukon su morat kos na-at, iling to od poko-iran ka.Also another (thing) to watch in planting-a-field is the unintentional-snaring of a dove because it is a bad omen, like you are being-hexed.
na'awav.
na'awa'v.
naadsikvFor s.o. not to be able to stand it??? anymore; no love, feelings for s.o. / s.t.?
naamingnA person who cannot walk; s.o. who is paralyzed
naknakvTo make noise when eating like a pig; to smack the mouth when eating or chomp noisily on food
nama'vTo have good intentions (a desire or plan) to help someone but that person goes off and does s.t. else, indirectly rejecting or doing s.t. so that the good intentions cannot be fulfilled.
namma'nAn uncultivated field.
namu'nTorch; dried leaves tied togetherwou.doc; line 30
nana'nA yellowish discharge; puss.
nanamnAgreeable or nice taste referring to food other than meat dishes, usually vegetable dishes.Moppiya kos nanam din woy moumikot mandad.It's taste is good and it is sticky also.
nangkapvFor s.o. to find, look for s.t. or s.o. that is lost
nangonnangonvAlways used with a negative; for s.o. to have no interest in doing s.t.; for s.o. to ignore, not to pay attentiondii nangonnangonno interest
nanowunspec. var. ofnonaw
nanoyadjOptative adjunct meaning desire, wish, should, ought; also implies frustrated plan or wish (i.e., wanted to, but didn>t).Annom koy langun iddos od undiyon nanoy to sondawa, sud pongannup.We were six altogether that should have gone to Mt. Apo to hunt with dog(s).unspec. var.nay1
napuunA clean piece, strip of cloth or material; clean, old clothing
nataa
natiadjThe young of larger four footed animals.
natok1nA powdery starch obtained from the juice of trunks of certain sago palms; sago
natok2nA kind of sweet potato kosila that is sticky and white.Oraroy>n mookonnot kos natok.The white-sweet-potato is very sticky.
nay1unspec. var. ofnanoy