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nee, adj. four
neekomo, n. quadrangle
neero, n. square
nehi, n. beer
ñehi, n. hell, abode of the damned
neho (1), n. exploitation, utilisation
neho (2), n. tera- prefix (1e12)
nehota, v. exploit, utilise
neike, adj. visible
neikenopo, adj. invisible
neita, v. be visible, be seen
neka, n. beak
ñeki, adj. every
neko, n. machine; (colloq.) any mechanical conveyance, especially airplane
ñeko, n. pressure
nekosoto, n. machine room, engine room
ñekota, v. pressure
neku, n. benefit, advantage
ñeku, adj. everyone
ñema, n. mark; target
neme, n. clitoris
nemesire, n. pussywillow vine.
nemi, n. grove, stand of trees
nemo, n. dive
nemoeso, n. submarine
nemokeña, n. diving suit
nemosi, n. diving
nemota, v. dive
nemoya, n. diver
nena, n. nose, tip
ñeña, n. gravity
ñena, n. impregnation (anat.)
nenai, n. quartet, set of four, tetrad
ñenata, v. impregnate (anat.), mate (of a male), sire
ñenavoma, n. penis (anat.)
nene, n. sister, birthsister (daughter of one's birthmother)
ñene, n. sire
ñeñe (1), n. weight
ñeñe (2), n. printing press
ñeñepi, n. printer (machine)
neneru, n. sisterhood, fellowship, comradeship
ñeñeta (1), v. weigh (itr.)
ñeñeta (2), v. press down on, weigh on (tr.)
ñeñeta (3), v. print
neño, n. pico- prefix (1e-12)
nepa, n. asphalt
ñepita, v. end up, go, get into, run into, have to; be or end up in a place or situation against one's volition
nere, n. loan
nereta, v. borrow; lend
neri, n. waiting; expectation
ñeri, n. climb, ascent
nerita, v. wait; expect
ñerita, v. mount, climb; ascend
ñero (1), n. bell
ñero (2), n. watch, clock
neru, n. tunnel
ñesa, n. reason, sense
ñesañara, adj. reasonable, sensible
ñesanopo, adj. senseless; absurd
ñesata, v. reason, figure out; argue
ñesayaya, n. sapient being
nesi, n. queen, princess, hereditary ruler
nesihaha, n. consort, ruler's wife
nesipoya, n. princess, queen's daughter
nesise, adj. royal
nesitamo, n. queenpin, linchpin
nesota, v. tear, rip (itr.)
neta, v. apply, employ, use; spend
nete, n. will
ñete, adj. healthy
ñeteru, n. health
neteta, v. want
ñeteta, v. heal (itr.), recover
ñeteya, n. patient on the mend
neti, n. play; drama; spectacle
netihi, n. theatre
netiro, n. act
netiso, n. stage
netita, v. act, play
netiteya, n. playwright
netiya, n. actor
neuta, v. seem, resemble, look like
nevi, n. niece, sister-daughter, birthsister's birthdaughter
nevo, n. choice
nevota, v. choose, select
ñeyoro, adv. always
ñi, n. propriety, social order, hierarchy, religion, justice
ñiha, n. acquisition, purchase
ñihata, v. buy; acquire, obtain; provide, supply; get
ñihipe, adj. religious, appropriate, pertaining to social order
nii, n. topic, theme, subject; matter, occasion, cause, reason
ñii, n. propriety
niiapuro, n. causation, cause and effect
niiñara, adj. having cause
niinopo, adj. without cause
niita, v. cause
nika, n. heel
ñika, n. regret
ñikakava, interj. pardon, excuse me, sorry (interj.)
ñikata, v. regret

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