naare le S a watch worn on the wrist for telling time. n.
naare maadaa to sunbake something. vp.
naare pereketa laina naare pereketa pulaina S mid-afternoon. vp.
naare raa to shine as the sun. v.
naare re S a watch, clock. n.
naare ruikale overhead sun. np.
naare-ini₁ watch ; clock. n.
naare-ini₂ 1clock time. NounC. Nimu eta nape naare ini meda nasa They didn't have time to eat. 2specific time. n. Ena tula pope naare ini meda nasa There was no opportunity to go for fish.
naareme adea sunburn. vt.
naata pea protruding jaw bone. ajp.
na₂ WE to pain. v. agaa nala toothache uni nala aching bones robaa nala stomach ache nala pea piru extemsove soclemomg [aom no mamawa continuing pain
na₃ WS v. 1to eat, drink. nina eta ora luabu nabalua I will eat all of my food nogo naaki adu pa nala aua a child still nursing 2to bite. irikaimi ni naa the dog bit me 3to chew. waa na chew the sugar cane 4to smoke, inhale. niri soko nalame omalo I am dying for a smoke
-na₁ 1evidence deduced. v. gode adaa aana neka madaare mena meda pua pogolana a pig has gone into that large stone hole saarina There is evidence you put it there 2poss. ***. 3his. ***.
-na₂ nya E (dial. var. -ena) 3 person, SR. v.
-na₃ -na E 1location marker. tepolona on the table 2on, location.
naba n. 1number. Go aa nipu naba mapiraaya That man has been made an official 2a medal. namba sabae mamina clothes with mdeal on them
nabade eat completely. v.
nabawane kiapo numbeer one kiap. np.