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naVerbto seeBe ti waa na min.The child did not see me.
na dɔktaVerbto see a doctorAtika kaali asiptiu di o la na dɔkta.Atika went to the hospital to see a doctor.
na dɔŋ alaafɛVerbto visit each otherBa wa val aa na dɔŋ alaafɛɛ.They do not go to visit each other.
na dɔŋ dooVerbto greet each otherBa wa vɛɛn val aa na dɔŋ doo.They also do not go to greet each other.
naa-saNounlegChɔɔ nyɛn be ti naa ni.There is a sore on the child’s leg.
naa chɔɔchɔɔraNounleg soreKina Kala naa chɔɔ.Look at Kala’s sore on his leg.
naa naaninenaaninsaNountoenailO naanine mou bunkol.She hit her toenail against a stone.
naachɔkanaachɔksaNounankleBanuha ŋɔ di o naachɔka laa wi.Banuha says that his ankle is hurting him.
naafɛlinaafɛlɛNounlame personKala be digi ya naafɛli tiinnɛ.One of Kala’s sons is lame.
naafunɛnaafunsaNountoenailTika naafunɛ ti ziŋu aa daŋni seeli.Tika’s toenail is too long and needs to be trimmed.
naagbar ziŋiziŋɛNoun(long) legBuun ti naagbarsa ya naagbar ziŋɛwa.The goat has long legs.
naagboŋ huusiNoun(injured) kneeO kpak naagboŋ huusirɛ.He has an injured knee.
naagolim-eNounbow leggedBe ti naasa ya naagolimewa.The child is bow legged.
naalɛtinaalɛtiNoundragging a legBasig kpak naalɛtirɛ.Basig drags one of his legs.
naalor-aNoun(back of) the kneeKin tau mu naalor.Something pinched the back of my knee.
naalumanalumsaNounheelYa nii a sɛm i naaluma ti.Take some water and wash your heel.
naamiVerbto createKoosa naami nibinsa.God created human beings.
naaniŋmɛn-aNoun(type of) herbNaaniŋmɛn ya sigiri lurire.The ‘naaningmen’ herb is a medicine for hernia.
naanuun-saNounsweet potatoLa hur naanuunsi taa a wa nyɛ min.Go and dig me up some sweet potatoes.
naapookanaapooksaNouncalf muscleKpa iche ti a sɔ i naapooksi ta.Use the sponge and wash your calves.
naapɔrinaapɔrɛNounthighAsig naapɔri laa wi.Asig’s thigh is hurting her.
naasa nyinbaan-asaNounfootpathNaasa nyinbaan ya kinkin ti.The other way is by the footpath.
nakawanakausaNountsetseflyNakawa nyɛn barnɔ.There is a tsetsefly here.
nam1Verbto grind, to pressLa nam sau kuwa.Go and grind the flour.
nam2NounmillstoneNam chɔ Asig sal ni.There is a mill stone lying in Asig’s compound.