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na1v-2eat, drink, smoke, chewna valiave nailiI'm eating my food.na kupe na, tipi laiThat I become strong, eating potatoesnane uluvai naealaWe'll chew the areca nuts.na kolikoli aneigormandizer
na2then, afterwardsna ailatuathen in the end
na3proIna ketumyselfnavatowards menaimI (emphatic)
na4REP
naiI (emphatic)nai muinot Inai kelamyself only
naiaraise one's headnanei naiaealaWe'll raise our head.
nainnine
nainaivn-Longsouth wind
nalialook after
namaright
namalaquiet, calm, stillnamala uto stop, to wait, to stand still
namatatn-OneofTwoon the right side, doing action
namavn-Longon the right side
namutrueako namuvatrue wordome namute na hihe does not understand (does not hear it's true)namu lato be realized (to become true)namuaperight handnamu enareally, indeed, truly
namuatn-derivATtruly, really, indeed, truthnamuatreallyako namuvatrue wordnamuat lato be realizednu namuat taileyou talk truly
namuoadvreally, truly
namutn-Roundtruly, really, indeed
nanoneself, each other (reflexive)mi nania kinato forgetnan avenatogethernan mitogethernani kanato show oneselfnan aitato long for each othernan kanato be marriednan miatemarriagecfnani, nania
nan (reflected)cfnania
nanavvalley
naneprous (1st pers pl obj )
naneiprowe (1st pers pl subj )
naneivajudge, the whole court casenaneiva taijudge
nanenecfnanumanunene