na
not (verbal negation); no
na-
negative prefix
naboch
(nIII) poor, destitute; poverty
nabocha
(vi) to become poor; to be poor, to beg (for a living)
nabochan
(nII) beggar
nachal
(nIII) blind
nachala
(vt) to overlook, to ignore, to disregard, to neglect
nachalie
unobserved, unnoted, unseen
nachalsen
(nII) blindfold
nachalyna
(vt) to hide (something)
nachalyna, le -
(vr) to hide (oneself)
nachan
(nII) plural
nachyl
(nIII) invisible; disappearance
nachyla
(vi) to disappear, to be invisible, to become invisible
nacodin
(nII) unfair, dishonest; dishonesty, deception, cheat
nacodina
(vi/vt) to deceive, to cheat
nacol
(nIII) closed, shut
nacola
(vt) to close
nacron
(nIII) hunger, famine, starvation; (very) hungry, famished, starving
nacrona
(vi/vt) to go hungry, to starve; to fast
nacronenas
(nII) fast day
nacronys
(nII) (slightly) hungry, peckish; appetite
nacyl
(nIII) dirt; dirty; unwashed (person); ritually unclean
nadayen
(nII) dry, thirsty; drought, thirst
nadena
(vt) to take away; + abl.: to take from
nadena, le -
(vr + abl.) to leave (a place)
nadil
(nIII) negligence
nadila
(vi) to refrain from
nadolys
(nII) bad (quality)
naduch
(nIII) contempt, disdain
naducha
(vi/vt) to hold in contempt, to disdain
naduyen
(nII) base, ignoble; boor, bumpkin
naduza
(vt) to uncover, to reveal
nafal
(nIII) safe, secure
nafala
(vt) to protect, to keep safe
nafalan
(nII) protector, guard
nafar
(nIII) error, mistake; wrong way
nafara
(vi) to err, to go astray, to lose one's way, to be mistaken, to be wrong
nafeal
(nIII) undressed, naked; nude
nafeala
(vt) to undress (someone else)
nafeala, le -
(vr) to undress (oneself)
nafur
(nIII) nameless
nagran
(nIII) mad, insane, crazy
nagray
(nIII) ignorant, unaware
nagraya
(vt) not to know, to be ignorant (of), to be unaware (of)
nahad
(nIII) hairless, bald
nahist
(nIII) unfamiliar, strange
nahunie
for no reason, just like that
nala
to connect, to bridge
nalast
(nIII) without flowers, flowerless
nalayen
(nII) speechless, silent
nalayna
to keep silent; (+ acc.: about)
nalea
(A) nobody
nalean
(poss A) nobody's
naleaz
alone, on one's own
nali
(N) nothing
nalin
(poss N) of nothing
nalisin
(nIIc) nothingness (collection of not-things)
nalistin
(nIIc) dirty laundry, soiled linen
nalsen
(nII) bridge
naluch
(nIII) illiterate; illiteracy
nalun
(nIII) injustice; unjust, unlawful
naluna
(vt + dat) to treat (someone) unjustly, to do (someone) injustice
nalunie
unjustly, unlawfully, wrongly
namudh
(nIII) ill, unhealthy
namudha
(vi/vt) to worsen; to make (an illness) worse; to make (someone) ill
namudhat, lea -
(vImp + acc) to fall ill
namust
(nIII) armistice, truce
namusta
(vi) to call a truce
namustyn
(nII) cease-fire
namustyna
(vi) to put down arms, to stop fighting (e.g. to negotiate)
namuy
not yet
nane
(nI) mother
nanerisin
(nIIc) trouble
nanut
(nIII) barren, infertile
naochin
(nII) repaired, fixed
naochina
(vt) to repair, to fix
naparin
(nII) displeasure, slight annoyance
naparina
(vi) to be annoyed
naparisen
(nII) unpleasant event, something annoying
naparisin
(nIIc) bad news
naper
(nIII) prohibition; forbidden, prohibited
napera
(vt) to forbid, to refuse (dat: someone, acc: something)
naperat, lea -
(vImp) to be forbidden (+ acc. or dat.), one may not
naperay
(S) please don't
naperaye
(P) please don't
naperie
illegally, without permission
napersen
(nII) negation
naperyn
(nII) denial, refusal; negative answer to question
naperyna
(vi/vt) to say no, to deny
napyla
(vt) to dislike, to hate
narad
(nIII) perjury, treason
narada
(vi/vt) to break one's oath; to betray
naradan
(nII) traitor, oath-breaker
narast
(nIII) stupid, thick, slow-witted; stupidity
narasta
(vi) to do something stupid, to act without thinking
narasten
(nII) stupid act
narovina
(vt) to desecrate
naruma
(vi) to idle, to loaf
naruman
(nII) lazybones, loafer; unemployed
naryst
(nIII) (physically) weak, feeble
narystan
(nII) feeble person, weakling
nasta
(vt) to find
nashen
(nII) dark, darkness
nashena
(vi/vt) to darken, to become dark
nashenat, lea -
(vImp) the night is falling
natay
never
navar
(nIII) cowardice; cowardly
navaran
(nII) coward, timid person
navelin
(nII) unnecessary, superfluous
naver
(nIII) inability, incompetence
navera
(vt) to be unable, to fail
naveran
(nII) incapable, unable; incompetent person, bungler
navest
(nIII) without beginning (title of the One)
navestys
(nII) uprooted, astray
nay
no! (emphatic)
nayarla
(vi) to lie, to tell a falsehood; to be unreal, to have fictitious existence
nayarle
(nI) false, untrue; lie, falsehood
nayarlie
on the contrary
nayarsen
(nII) untruth, fallacy
nayarsien!
is not!
nayarsin
(nIIc) nonsense
nayastin
(nII) homeless
nayastina
(vi) to wander, to be homeless
nayat
elsewhere
nayom
nowhere
neas
(nII) way, journey, route, road
neasa
(vi) to go, to travel
neda
(vt) to use (a tool), especially creatively, to play an instrument
nedan
(nII) artisan, crafts(wo)man, artist
nerien
easily
nerin
(nII) ease; easy
nestyn
(nIII) eye
ni
not (for all constituents except verbs); neither, nor
ni ... muy
not yet
ni ... natay muy
never (until now)
ni... ni...
neither... nor...
nies
on the road, on the way, underway
niez
(pp+dat) without (a person), unaccompanied by
nil
(nIII) escape
nila
(vi) to escape
nilsen
(nII) means of escape, place to escape
no
(+ irr.) whether
nol
(nIII) at an angle, slanted
nolen
(nII) slant, slope
noren
(nII) cherry
nova
(vt + dat.) to suckle, to nurse; to rear, to bring up
nove
(nI) woman's breast
novenat, lea
(vImp + dat. + acc. or V) to have sucked something in with one's mother's milk
nuis
(postp. + loc.) behind
num
(nIII) awe; awesome
nus
(nIII) back, reverse side; place behind something
nusa
(vi) to go back, to retreat; to come back, to return
nusen
back (where one came from); in reverse, the other way around
nusie
in the back, from behind; backwards
nusyna
to shrink back
nuta
(vt) to conceive (both parents together); to bear; to beget
nutan
(nII) midwife
nute
(nI) child, son, daughter; descendant; baby, infant, toddler (until about 3)
nuti
(nIc) offspring
nutyn
(nII) birth
nuy
(postp + dat.) for, on behalf of
nys 1
away
nys 2
(postp.+abl.) away from, outside, beyond
nysa
(vt) to put away, to remove; to send away, to banish
nysat, lea -
(vImp + acc.) to be sent away, to be banished; to disband
nyshas
(nII) sandy desert
nyth
(nIII) sand; sandy; sand-coloured, yellow, beige, ochre; (hair) blonde
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