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NaamanNeimaninNaamanNeimani in Siliya dogana ibona moho ya faloholoho.He only healed Naaman, a person from Syria.
NadeNadenNadea location.
nail something togethertutu~fapatu 2Vtrnail something together (to)Yesu sa wunui, be sa tutu~fapatu kolosi yai.They killed Jesus and then they nailed him to a cross.
naked conditionma kofakofadi 2COMnaked condition (with their)Taumoho yo waihin mate, ma kofakofadi, na in moho, hige ti taumayamaya.As for the man and the woman, they were in their naked state, but they were not ashamed.Sa awayagala'en, be sa taumayamaya, mate iti ma kofadi.They disobeyed him, and so they were ashamed, (as) they were in their nakedness.
nakednessma kofadiCOMnakedness (in their)ma kofakofadi 1COMnakedness (in their)
nameesana 1BHhesana1nname (his)Esana mate Nelson.His name is Nelsonesana 2BHhesana1nname (its)hesa2nnamehesana2nname (ones)Yaubada uma'uma hesa hesana ma'ima'i ya ginauli be tanohi hewana yai te ya tole be ya in. God made a certain plant called a coconut, and then he put in on top of the ground, so that it sprouted.
name somethingfahesaVczname something (to)hesa3Vczname something (to)
namesfafahesadi 1names (having)fafahesamai 1gernames (having our.excl)Ai mate fafahesamai na dodoga mate sa dedeimai ma boluna.We are famous, and people talk about us plenty of times.
namesakefalihesannamesake (ones)Sabati mulina yai, ya ifi~tatatali, Maliya Magadala yo ena falihesa sa lau bo'usa sa kepai.After the Sabbath, day broke, and Mary Magdalene and her namesake went to see the grave.
nape of neckgedugu 1nnape of neck2.1Body2.1.1Head
NaphataliNafatalifrom ENG, NaphtalinNaphtaliDiyakobo ma~nanatuna sa lau Idipi, ma'adi boga mate: Leuben, Simeyon, Lewi, Yuda, Isaka, Sebulun, Beniyamina, Dan, Nafatali, Gada, yo Asula.Jacob went to Egypt with his children and their families: Reuben, Simeon, Levi and Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, Benjamin, Dan, Naphtali, Gad and Asshur.
narrowmwakomwakokodi 1adjnarrowNambamwatiti 1Vinnarrow (to become)'Waima wa, ya liuliuhwa, be ya liuliuhwa, be ya liuliuhwa, be gadona ya mwatitiThe ant laughed and laughed and laughed and then his neck became narrow.mwatiti 2Vinnarrow (to be)Galewa edaꞌeda hafohafona mate ya kiu, yo aba launa mate, ya mwatiti. The doorway to the road to heaven is small, and the place of entrance is narrow.
narrow partmwakoko 1nnarrow partya sigi lau . . . somo yai eda'eda ena aba mwakoko yai be ya obiyo.He scooted up to where there was an narrow place in the path and stood there.aba mwakoko yai
narrow placemwakoko 2nnarrow placeaba mwakoko yai
narrow sheathmwakomwakokonannarrow sheath (its)Kena mate mwakomwakokona ya susu hasa, ya tahalasi be la'ana ya taumahata.In regard to the bud sheath, the narrow sheath grows upward, and opens up and the (individual) stems appear.
nationalities'wapi hesa - hesa 1NPnationalities (various)
naturaliwala 3ndisaster (natural)
NazareneNasaleta 2Nasarene, Jesus of Nazareth [a name referring to Jesus Christ]Wasa ya atahiyen mate, Yesu Nasaleta dogana ya laolaoma, yo fede, ya fafatala yoga,He heard the report, that Jesus of Nazareth was coming and so he was shouting,Um mate hinaga Yesu Nasaleta ma'em.As for you, you also were with Jesus of Nazareth.
NazarethNasaleta 1nNazareth; Nasareth (the town or region in the province of Galilee)Diyosepa ma'ena Maliya Nasaleta duhu la'ila'i Galelaiya tefana yai ya lau afulen.Joseph and Mary went away from Nazareth, a big village in the region of Galilee.
neckgadogu 2nneck, my
neck, napegedugu 3nneck, nape of2.1Body2.1.1Head
necksgadomai 2nnecks (our.excl)
necks are badgadomai sa heyaya 3IDIOMnecks are bad (our.excl)
neighboringfale1 3nneighboringfalem nahifalem tau~miyafalena 1nneighboringDiyabolo haba sidohana falena diyabolo ya liba dui?How will the Devil drive away his neighbor devils by speaking?
neighborsfalem tau~miyatau1NPneighbors (your)Laugagayo la'ila'ina hesa mate doha ite, 'Falem tau~miya u gadosisiyen doha um wa gadogadosisiyem.'The other big commandment is like this, 'Love your neighbor like you are loving yourself.'Haba afa~haidam yo falem tau miya wa yoga~gogondima, You will call your friends and neighbors together,
NelsonNelsonnNelson
nephewgolowa 1nnephew
nethagida 1nnetTau~hamahama edi hagida sa pei hoꞌowa bwaibwaiꞌuꞌuna laꞌilaꞌina yai, na hama nene hudoꞌi - hudoꞌi sa ona.Fishermen threw their net into a lake (lit: big round-water) and they caught various kinds of fish.ov. synhinaiyahiyanannetnet for catching game on land, see also {bebedula}.ov. synbebedula2 2
net for catchinggwamondugong netNubaigu, gwamo yai sa onai be sa fakapulolo. They caught my cousin in a dugong net, and he was drowned.
net for catching wild game on landbebedula2 2nnet for catching wild game on landNa in, gwama wa, bebedula yai ya simo.But he, the boy, hid in the pig net.ov. synhiyana
net somethingona 1Vtrnet something (to)Suwana sa fagela ya gela be ya luhu be bebedula ai ganahewana ya ona.They chase the wild pig, and it runs away and then it arrives and it is netted.Tau~hamahama edi hagida sa pei ho'owa bwaibwai'u'una la'ila'ina yai, na hama nene hudo'i - hudo'i sa ona.Fishermen threw their net into a lake (lit: big round-water) and they netted various kinds of fish.In the examples given, in the first instance the pignet is used on dry land to capture game. In the second instance the fishing net is used in the water to catch fish........
netsfinaya1 1nnetsTau hamahama edi waga luwaga sa feli~hitinidi na edi finaya sa anꞌankaisu mate ya itadi.He saw two boats that fishermen had pulled up and they were washing their nets.hagida 3nnets
netting itbebedulaiVtrnetting it (to be)Fuya ou'ouli mate adi paisowana: suwana haba adi sa bebedulai.All the time their job is to net their wild pigs.
newfalihuVinnew (to be)falifalihunayali falifalihunafwaufwauadjnewGomna, mate tapa'au ini fwaufwau pa'adi yai mate gomna. In regard to the palm heart: at the base of crown's new shoots is the palm heart. fwaufwauna 1adjnewNuwana lau fa'ata fwaufwau'udi haisa?Perhaps these are some new teachings?Taumoho aho tau nahi fwaufwau mate ma'edi,The man who is the new bridegroom is with them,synfalifalihuna 1falifalihuna 1yali falifalihunafalihuNPnew agreement"Ite wain nomnom kapuna te ya famala yali falifalihuna 'wasinagu yai."This drinking-wine, its cup becames a new agreement of my blood.yali fwaufwauna 1NPnew covenant"Itete, yau 'wasinagu, Yaubada yo ena dodoga, liba~fasunuma, yali fwaufwauna E fawananaha. ‎This is my blood, the promise, or new agreement, to God and his people.
New Guinea Bronzewing DoveDebafao 2nNew Guinea Bronzewing DoveHenicophaps albifrons or Chalcophaps stephani
New Guinea Crocodilewinowino2 2nNew Guinea CrocodileCrocodylus novaeguineae1.6.1.3.4Crocodile
New Guinea Flightless RailWeotui 1nNew Guinea Flightless Rail
New Testamentyali fwaufwauna 2NPNew TestamentUmi ami laoma Yesu lisina, In yali fwaufwauna tau oilibaena.You've come to Jesus; he is the one who spoke of the new covenant.
newlyfalifalihuadvnewlylahaina ya mahano, Yaubada ena basileiya yai, ena aba tanuwaga yai, haba E nom falifalihu."in God's kingdom, in his place of ruling, then I will drink new.
newly emerging prop roots ofsusuna1 2nnewly emerging prop roots of pandanusBHIP, ca. 1986The general word for root is {lamna}, but the smsll fibrous rootlets of coconuts and other palms are called {dafudafuna} and the emerging prop roots of certain pandanus are called {susuna}.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
newly formedkonukonuna, ma'ima'iNPnewly formed coconutSmall immature coconut which is too small to drink. Compare {ma'ima'i ko'una} "a drinking coconut" which is at the stage of being filled with coconut water, and has formed soft meat inside. Also compare {ma'ima'i li'una} coconut liquid at any stage of development.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconutsma'ima'i konukonuna 1NPnewly formed coconut
newly marriednahi~fwaufwau 1Vinnewly married (to be)Taumoho ya nahi~fwaufwau, ibege i andabu yena hola maidadi. A man who is newly married, will never fast when his companions are with him.
newlywednahi~fwaufwau 2Vinnewywed (to be)
newswasa 1nnewsemi wasa begana doha ite, ai ema paisoa mate, ma faihona moho ӥ paisowa.A bit of your news is like this, in regard to our work, we are just working in three places."Wasa' may be recent news or report, or something believed to be a true report from the past.ov. syndededena 1pilipilidaina 1wasana 1dede2fatili1 1liba2 1ov. synstolistolipilipilidai 1dedena 1wasana 1nnewsov. synwasa 1dededena 1pilipilidaina 1dede2fatili1 1liba2 1wasana 4nnews (its)
next daybobon 3advnext day (one day subsequent ot the point of reference)Taiyede, bobon mate, sa lau gana, adi gabu.Later, the next day, they went to the garden, their garden.bobonnannext day (the)Taiyede, bobon mate, sa lau gana, adi gabu.Later, the next day, they went to the garden, their garden.Bobonna, habahim, E lau tinagu edi luma.The next day, then, I went to my mother's house.8.4.1Period of time8.4.1.2.2Yesterday, today, tomorrow8.4.1.2Day
next in order of sizehabahim 6CONJnext in order of sizeKatinona hinaga ya la'i, asuwali ya la'i - habahim Gomayada na habahim kwalauto.Its egg is also large, the cassowaries is biggest, then the Brush Turkeys', and then the scrubfowl's.
next morninglahai hwalahwalalaVinnext morning (to be)
NianiyauNianiyaunNianiyauA point of land near Suau.
niceloho 2Vtrnice (to be)loholoho wananaha 3Vinnice (to be very)oliadjvery niceolinaadjvery niceImo esega mate in amnana olina!One taro tasted very nice!
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