Rireinutire Dictionary
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muvavisoko, adj. literate; educated
muvavisota, v. be literate; study
muvi, adj. free (of charge), gratis
muyi, n. abacus
naha, n. leather
ñaha, n. lane, alley, narrow street
ñaho, adj. spicy, hot
nai, n. fame, reputation
naiñara, adj. famous, well-known
nainopo, adj. infamous, one with bad reputation
nairo, n. advertisement, commercial
nairota, v. advertise
nairoya, n. advertiser
naita, v. mention, speak of
ñaka, n. taste (sense); also ñakamimu
naka, n. oasis
ñakamimu, n. sense of taste
ñakata, v. taste, feel flavour
ñakateta, v. taste, taste wilfully, seek flavour
nake, n. drum
ñaketa, v. taste of sth, have flavour
naketa, v. drum
ñaki, adj. tasty, flavourful
ñako, n. swallow, gulp
ñakota, v. swallow
ñaku, n. flavour, taste
naku, n. drive
nakuhi (1), n. driver, one who drives
nakuhi (2), n. locomotive driver, engineer
nakuta, v. drive
ñakuyeka, n. shave ice, snowcone
ñama, adv. more
nama, n. class, category
ñamata, v. add, increase (tr.)
name, n. model
ñami, adv. most
nami, n. particle; mote (as of dust); small amount
namo, n. style, fashion, design
ñamo, n. sea cucumber
namu, n. form, shape
namupiha, n. portrait (picture)
namurumi, n. portrait (sculpture), bust
ñana, adj. yellow; blonde
naña, n. wagon, car
ñanakaru, n. egg yolk
nanata, v. know (of people)
nañe, n. nail (finger or carpentry)
nane, n. baroness
ñañi, n. spice, herb, flavouring
nani (1), n. navel
nani (2), n. pole (end of an axis)
nani (3), n. pole (magnetic, electric, or math.)
naninasa, n. arctic circle; antarctic circle
ñaño, n. southeast
ñano, n. bronze
nano, n. bow (greeting gesture)
nanota, v. bow, greet
ñañu, adj. bald, hairless
ñanu, n. topaz
nañu, n. carefulness
nañuñara, adj. careful, painstaking
nañunopo, adj. careless, sloppy
napa, n. nipple
ñape, n. ring pad.
ñapi, n. fountain, spring, source
napo, n. lie, falsehood, pseudo-
naponeme, n. phallus, pseudoclitoris
napota, v. lie, tell a lie
napoya, n. liar
napu, n. ditch
napuño, n. puddle
nara, adj. everyday, weekday, routine; (as protheme) everyday, casual, informal
ñara, pp. with
ñararoho, n. embarrassment on behalf of another
naratire, n. colloquial language
naratireti, adv. colloquially
ñaraviñi, n. sympathy, compassion
nare, adj. coarse, rough
ñare, n. Rireinu cucumber.
ñari, n. colour
ñarihipe, adj. coloured, with colour
ñariñara, adj. colourful
ñariñi, adj. coloured, dyed
ñarinopo, adj. colourless
ñariro, n. colouring
ñarita, v. colour, dye
naro, n. intention, design
ñaro (1), n. society; a particular community
ñaro (2), n. a society, association
ñaro (3), n. meeting, gathering
ñarokave, n. member of a society
ñaropiñi, n. member of society; member of a community
naru, n. rope
ñaru, n. Rireinu aurochs
nasa, n. ring, circumference
ñasa, n. bell-metal, a type of bronze
nasarire, n. marigold
nase, n. link (as of a chain)
ñase, n. ape, monkey
naso, n. bangle

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