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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.)
nonisusu, n. freefall
nonita, v. exempt; discharge of, relieve
nonu, n. Corporal (mil.)
noo, adj. zero
noota, v. zero, become zero; flatline
nootata, v. reset, set to zero
nooteta, v. zero in on
ñope, n. non-mother, one who hasn't been pregnant; frivolous, immature person
nopi, n. mother-in-law, wife's coparent
nopo (1), adj. poor
nopo (2), adj. without
nopota, v. remove
nora, n. customary unit of mass (500 g)
ñora, pp. between
ñore, n. notice, observation
ñoreseta, v. ignore, not notice
ñoreta, v. notice, take note of, spot
ñoreteta, v. pay attention, observe
ñori, n. skull
ñoro, n. northeast
ñoru, n. bomb
ñoruta, v. bomb
nose, n. rise, the action of rising
noseta, v. rise
nosetata, v. raise, lift
nosetuhi, n. lifting machine, hoist, crane
ñosi, n. temple block, a wooden percussion instrument
noso, n. east
nosomisi, n. Eastern Ocean
nota, n. break, holiday, vacation; gap, interval; field in a form
notane, n. form, questionnaire
note, n. cliff
ñoti, n. -ine, -stuff
ñoto, n. tree, wood
ñotohire, n. charcoal
ñotoima, n. carpenter
ñotokau, n. boulevard
ñotokuna, n. park
ñotu, n. quality
ñotusune, n. adjective (ling.)
ñova, n. split
nova (1), n. eyelash (colloquial, compound form)
nova (2), n. cilium, cilia
ñovata, v. split
ñove, n. sap
ñovo, n. juice, sap; essence; elixir
ñovone, n. chemistry; alchemy
ñoya, n. reparation, repair; correction
ñoyañi, adj. repaired, fixed; mended; corrected
ñoyata, v. repair; fix; mend; correct

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