na na
nalōt nalot
nao naɔ naō
nawë nawɛ
nëk' nɛk'
nëke nɛkə
nēve neβə
nēw new
ne1 article
ne2 deicticrelativiser
used as a relative marker, esp. in locative or presentative structures
vet ne rōw inat the place which lies seawards (i.e. over there)
ne-den̄wē nəʈᶳəŋʷe adverb
today, in the past (vs. den̄wē ‘today, future’)
Ne-den̄wē li lewate, nok' itë ne tēle sise ve ter.Today around noon, I saw someone holding (your knife).
negō- nəɣo
1sgnegō-k
nenore nənɔrə
net nət
net-gë
ne tene hen̄wëvot nə tənə həŋʷɛβɔt proper noun
Astronomy
Track of the Swordname of a star: ɛ Crux Australis
📘 The name of this star is in direct relevance to the neighbouring constellation of the Southern Cross or Crux Australis (wōlwōl). Its name “Track of the Sword” reportedly makes reference to the stabbing of Jesus on the cross.
netu nətʉ
new nəw
ne-wurie nəwuriə
ni ni
niēre nierə
nie niə nie'k
nihe nihə
nike nikə
nine ninə
niogë niɔɣɛ
no~
node nɔʈᶳə
noke nɔkə
nome nɔmə
none nɔnə
nonegë nɔnəɣɛ
not nɔt
nōk nok
nōkōke nokokə
nunē nʉne noun, relational
3sgne nunēne
1s.o.shadow, figure
2mods.o.picture, photo
ne nunēhetheir picture (representing them)
n̄ër ŋɛr
n̄ehu- ŋəhʉ
n̄el ŋəl
n̄eliëv ŋəliɛβ
n̄erihe ŋərihə
n̄ih ŋih
n̄ore ŋɔrə
n̄wēl ŋʷel
n̄wēre ŋʷerə
n̄wēt ŋʷet
n̄wedōl ŋʷəʈᶳol
n̄welen̄wēle ŋʷələŋʷelə
n̄weren̄ ŋʷərəŋ
n̄weren̄o ŋʷərəŋɔ
n̄werhir ŋʷərhir
n̄wet ŋʷət
n̄wië ŋʷiɛ
n̄wil ŋʷil
n̄woh ŋʷɔh
n̄wot ŋʷɔt
n̄wōdōl ŋʷoʈᶳol
n̄wule ŋʷulə
n̄wulen̄wule ŋʷuləŋʷulə
n̄wuln̄wule ŋʷulŋʷulə
n̄wurmēte ŋʷurmetə proper noun
Astronomy
Sparks (?)name of a constellation: Columba. The appearance of the constellation in the western sky marks the end of the yam season, when the time of harvesting has come. The stars themselves are said to represent the sparks (see kikrih) shining in the dark, of a glowing yam (keka) that is being grated.
Mowe me ne lëte vë rēn̄, pah vēn hen̄were vë girë ne keka, girë tektekerë ne n̄wurmēte in.Whenever the (yam) garden is ready for harvest, people get to grate yams, and their grating throws Sparks in the air (n̄wurmēte).