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nan-iN-transprefix, past tense reciprocal actionNan-indede-hig ida.They had competitive-ritual-feasts (lit. they competed with each other).Sim-in-2kaman-iN-man-iN-man-iN-This prefix co-occurs with transitive verbal roots only.9.2.9.1Verb affixes9.4.2Agent-oriented modalities
nandaulInf. ofdaulnconsidered to be a place in the universe where deities and the spirits of humans live; Underworld realmPakkadek pepwaen dadda hu ikebunyan ni handa pinwadda hu inandaul. They have to invoke first the deities of the Skyworld-realm before invoking those of the Underworld-realm.nandaul di dungay
nandaul di dungaynandaulnthe underneath place of the dead2.6.6.8Life after death
nandewa-anInf. ofdewaintransto be divided into two8.1.6.1Part
nanengvto remain the same; to continue in a specific state or actionKele naneng tun manghay kayu? (Isiah 1:5a)Why do you persist in being rebellious?8.4.7Continue, perseverenanengtu
nanengtuder. ofnanengadv.predfor an action or activity to continue; for a situation to remain the sameNanengtun kaman-a-ahhuk etan nalgab ni baley.The burned house is still smoking.7.2.7.2Stay, remain
nangana kind of rattan
nangihintransto cryUmnangih hi Dudduli hedin kisingen agitu.Dudduli will cry if her brother pinches her.3.4.2.1Sadum-/-imm-Class 2E Vocal sounds expressiong feeling
nangke-vprefix, past tense, continuative process aspect, Class 4Nangkewineh hu helek di nangguyudan min keyew ni kaalman.The vegetation where we dragged the logs yesterday was being entangled and flattened.Simkamangke- -C2--mangke- -C2--mangke- -C2- -an
nangke- -anvcircumfix, past tense, continuative process aspect, Class 5Nangkebagbagan ida etan neiha-pey ni dagemi.The rice stems that were left to dry have become completely dry.9.2.9.1Verb affixes9.4.1Tense and aspect
nangkei-vprefix, past tense, continuative process aspect, Class 3Kedut mudda eya nangkeiwehit ni papil et ag lumullugit eyad bawang.Pick up those papers that have been scattered so it won't make this room dirty.SimkamangkeiC-mangkeiC-The time continuative process affixes refer to a process or action taking place over a period of time and co-occur with the passive forms of the classes of transitive verbal roots and stative-process verbal roots.9.2.9.1Verb affixes9.4.1Tense and aspect
nangketalakInf. oftalak1intransto have become lost; to have gone astray, off the right pathEt humman hu, henidda nangketalak ni kalneroh hu tutu-uk. (Ezekiel 10:2c)Therefore, my people are like sheep who have gone astray. (lit. who have become lost)7.2.4.7Lose your waynangke-
nangkinnemtangInf. ofkemtangadv.predsuddenlyIneyak dan eman hakey ni agik ey nangkinnemtang ni netey.They cursed one of my brothers in their ritual and he died suddenly.8.4.8.3Sudden
nangngayna tree variety with edible leaves
nanna-udadv.predto be certain to happen Nanna-ud ni hemmaken yuwak et ibangngad dakeyud bebley yu. (Jeremiah 29:14a) It is certain that you will find me and I will return you to your country.9.4.4.1Certainly, definitely
nanwalwalInf. ofwalwalvto enlightenHi-gatu metlaing hu heni nanwalwal ni nemnem tayu ma-lat amtaen tayu hu dayaw Apu Dios ni wadan Jesus Christo. (2 Corinthians 4:6b)He is the very-same (God) who has shone light into our minds so that we might know the glory of God that is in Jesus Christ.3.2.4UnderstandmaN-/naN-
napnaptrans1to spread out something, e.g., blanket, papersInnapnap tu hu wangal et humman hu neugipan mi. She spread out the blanket and that is what we slept on.Inapnap mudda eya latlatuh et ang-angen tayudda. Display (lit. spread) the photos so we can see them.7.5ArrangeiC1-/iN-Class 3A Move and position an object at a site2to spread something over another thing in order to cover itPannapnapim ni papil et agtu ang-angen.Spread paper over it so he won't see it.7.6Hide
napnuInf. ofpenupassfor a container to be full
napulnsmall dog; puppy6.3.1.5Dog
natbuknnotebook3.5.7.1WriteLanguage of Borrowing: English notebook
natdaanInf. oftedapass1to be a remaining group or partYadda natdaan ni tuun Apu Dios ey nandayyuddad Duntug e Tabor ni an mekiggubbat idan nangka-let ni sindalu. (Judges 5:13)The remaining people of God, came down from Tabor Mountain to fight with the mighty warriors.2to survive; to remain aliveYaddalli etan natdaan ni tutu-udman ey man-an-anladda niya igaggaya dalli hu lameh ni nangkeitnem di bebley da. (Isaiah 4:2c)The people who survive there will be joyful and they will enjoy the fruit that was planted in their land.8.1.7.4Remain, remainder4.4.3.7Survive
natngastato be surprised or amazedNatnga mewan tep endin hekey hu kaumbaddang idan daka panligligat ni tutu-u. (Isaiah 59:16a)He was also amazed that there was no one helping the people who were being oppressed.Synmasdaaw3.4.1.3Surprisena-
nattannrefers to that thing or personHipa nengala nattan inha-ad kud tebol? Who took that thing I placed on the table?
nawnawtransto dilute something soluble as in salt, sugar and other similar itemsNawnawen ku ahin di bannahhan ni pan-ehhin tayu.I am going to dilute the salt in a tiny diluting dish for us to use.1.3.5Solutions of water-en/-in-Class 4A Changes the structure of an object
ne-1staprefix, default affix for Class 6 verbal roots; completive aspectIn-abuh tu et pahnen tu tellun dalan ey neatud dalan et ekalan tu kaya mewan.He overdid it and carried thirty bundles of rice, and he got tired on the way so he removed some.9.2.9.1Verb affixes