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na1v1to seeMɩ na dɩmɩŋ.I saw a snake.2to experienceƲ na wɩaa aŋ ka nɛ.He has experience.
na2ptcused to emphasize either the preceding or following word or bothTapʋlɩɩ na kala.Every single day.
naabalɩmangrandfather, forefathernaabalɩma tinteeŋ lɛat the time of our grandfather4.1.9Kinship
naabarɩŋntradition
naabirimeenbare footed
naabɔmʋŋnbad luck
naabʋbʋrʋsʋŋnathlete's foot (disease)2.5Health2Person2.5.2Disease
naabʋɔlaarɩŋtempat this very moment, at the momentMɩ bɩ jaŋ wuo na moribiiŋ naabʋɔlaarɩŋ deemba lɛ.I cannot get money at this very moment.
naabʋɔsʋŋnfootsteps, exampleSɩ́ mɩ naabʋɔsʋŋ to.Don't follow my footsteps. Don't follow my example.
naachalasole of the foot
naachɛɛŋnfoot2.1Body
naachigibienleopard
naachigiŋcfanwoŋn1beast of prey (gen.term)1.6.1.1Mammal2hoof3lion1.6.1.1Mammal
naachɩgacfnaasusugonhock, leg joint of animal
naachɩɩmɩŋniron ankle-rattles
naachɩnchɛnsɩŋnrheumatism2.5Health2.5.2Disease
naachʋʋnʋŋnankle2.1Body
naaderiŋcffoliinrow, line
naadɩmanmetal bracelet
naadʋnanknee2.1Body
naadʋŋkanchelenknee cap
naagɛnɛnupper part of heel2.1Body
naagunnuna dance