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ñikeho, n. blasphemy
ñima, n. ticket; billet, piece of firewood
ñimi, n. judgment, sentence, decision, ruling, doom
ñimipese, n. court of law (as an organisation)
ñimisera, n. office of a judge, "the bench"
ñimita, v. judge; deliberate on, deem
nimu, n. niece, sister-daughter, cosister's birthdaughter
niña, n. awe
nina, n. mass (phys.)
niñañara, adj. awesome, admirable, impressive
niñanopo, adj. awful, terrible, despicable
niñata, v. awe, impress
niñatuta, v. be awed, be impressed; admire
niñe, n. gums (anat.)
nine, n. matter, substance
nineako, n. amount of substance (measured in rena)
nini, n. cosister, comother's birthdaughter
ñiño, n. order, sequence, arrangement
ñiñomuva, n. ordinal number
ñiñoñu, n. arrangement, settlement; system
ñiñoñuta, v. arrange
ñiñota, v. sort, arrange; settle
nipa, n. wipe
ñipa, n. surprise
ñipake, adj. surprising
nipane, n. towel
nipapi, n. wiper
nipata, v. wipe
ñipata, v. surprise
ñipe, adj. proper, virtuous, correct, according to ñi
ñipi (1), n. liturgical implement, item used in a religious ceremony
ñipi (2), n. instrument of divine retribution
ñipi (3), n. attribute of a goddess
nipota, v. masturbate
ñipu, adj. just, appropriate, fair
ñira, interj. yes
nire, pp. through
ñire, adj. saturated, impregnated
ñireta, v. saturate, impregnate (itr.)
ñiretata, v. saturate, impregnate sth (tr.)
ñiri, n. spoon
ñiro, adj. full
ñirota, v. fill, fill up (itr.)
ñirotata, v. fill (tr.)
ñiru (1), n. plenty
ñiru (2), n. right (to sth)
ñiru (3), n. justice
ñisa, adv. immediately, right away, instantly
nise, adj. material, real; physical
niseoti, n. physics
ñisi, n. shore, waterside
nisu, n. sourdough flatbread, 'plate-cum-spoon' of Opotiman cuisine
nita, adj. lazy
nitaru, n. laziness
ñiti, n. a xylophone supported by the musician's thighs and a waist strap
ñiva, adj. dry
ñivata, v. dry, wither, evaporate (itr.)
ñivatata, v. dry, dehydrate (tr.)
ñive, n. mushroom, fungus
ñivi, n. louse
niya, n. cause, thing, matter; affair, business, concern
ñiya (1), n. judge
ñiya (2), n. arbitrator
niyaya, n. customer, client, patron
ñiye, n. claw, fingernail
ñiyeta, v. claw, scratch (leave marks)
niyi, conj. then, in that case
ñiyi, n. religion
ñiyu, adj. rich
ñoa, n. space; interval; inter-
ñoahipe, adj. intermediate, indirect
ñoanopo, adj. direct, immediate
ñoata, v. mediate
ñoavisu, n. punctuation mark
noho, n. nostril
ñoka, n. grokking, comprehension, understanding
ñokata, v. grok, understand fully, comprehend, accept
nokita, v. pick
ñoko, n. sergeant, petty officer (mil.)
ñoku, n. forest, wood
nomakeraake, adj. well-nourished, well-to-do, comfortable, fortunate, successful
nomata, v. eat
nomatata, v. feed, give food, offer food
nome, n. cancer (illness)
nomita, v. experience, go through, suffer
ñomo, n. lemon cumin herb, rice paddy herb
ñomu, n. lever
nonai, n. set of zero, empty set
noñe, n. guilt, fault, flaw
noñehipe, adj. guilty
noñeñara, adj. flawed
noñenopo, adj. flawless
noñeta, v. be guilty, be flawed
noneta, v. acquit
noñetata, v. accuse, blame
noñetuta, v. feel guilty, feel flawed
noñetutata, v. guilt sb, make sb feel guilty
noni, adj. free; unoccupied, vacant; exempt
noniro, n. liberation; exemption
noniru, n. freedom, liberty; leave (mil.)

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