Rawang - English


n


naqyoqv.i:badly.Naqyoq dvshaqshì dárì.'He got badly wet (soaking wet).'=naqrǿng1.3.3Wet
narv.t:stop.Modochv̀ng tvra shv̀nvng naròe.'The car is stopped near the road.'narshìv.i:rest.Mvjòr rvt narshìe.'He is taking a rest as he got tired.'
nárclf:classifier for counting a number of weeks.Tiqnár.'One week.'Mèpvng nár laq vhømshì.'Let's (we two) meet next week.'9.2.7Classifiers
nàràngn:oak (tree).1.5.1Tree
narin:clock or o'clock.Nari tiqchv̀ng.'One clock or watch.'Vsháng 8 nari taq èdira.'Come at 8 AM.'<Bur.9.2.7Classifiers
nàrív.i:get something more than others.Vjàé, nà wa nàríámìé.'My friend, you got more than others.'7.4.3Get
náshìv.i:rest, seat, lean on.Vgo náshìe.'(He) is making his head out.'
Nashupn:Nashu; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
nat1v.t:rub two things together.7.7.5Rubnatshìvnatv.i:bear suffering, or fast food.Literally it may mean rubbing of belly as a sign of hunger.
Natepn:Nathe; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Nàtutpn:Nathut; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Naúnpn:NaUn; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
naygvdongn:cassava.Naygvdong ídv̀ngwa adv́ngtete yvnge.'Like cassava it is about this long.'2.2.3.1.5Food from roots
Nazangpn:Nazang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Nazonpn:Nazaun; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Nchukønchukpn:Nchuk; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Ndodvrùpn:Ndodaru; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Ndøpø̀ndøppn:Eundeup; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Ndubùmampn:place name.1.8.2.2Names of regions
nen:eye.Ne zae.'Have eye condition.'6.1.1.1Eyene vdáv.i:be able to see things (metaphor from 'have (eyes)').ne vsømshiv.i:blink, wink.=vlapnedvjórn:have a sty on eyelid.nedvsín:narrow-eye.negvløqn:a side glance.Negvløqí dvjaqòe.'Cast a side glance.'=neløqnegwàn:eye lid.neløqn:a side glance.nelutn:protruding or bulging eyes.nemàn1n:blind person.Nemàn rìò paqzí zòng.'A school of blind people.'Where eyes look normal.nemòngn:sclera.nengév.t:cataract operation.'eye' + 'split'nerøn:eye veins.'eye' + 'root'nervmn:eye glasses.Nervmlòng rvmshìe.'Wear eyeglasses.''eye' + 'add'nesèn:eye ball.'eye' + 'child'nesìn:tears.Nesì vlaòe.'(He) is shedding (dropping) tears.''eye' + 'medicine/tears/paint'nesì vyøv.i:shed tears.Nesì vyǿòe.'Tear drop.''tear' + 'flow', the tone changes to high when follow by ò.nesøm wa íadv:within the blink of an eye.nesùn:white discharge from eyes, due to infection or lack of cleanliness.Nesù vsaqe.'(He) has eye pus.'netongn:eyering.'eye' + 'corner'neyv́ng negv̀mn:obvious, right in front of ones eyes."Kàngá, neyv́ng negv̀m nø ngà gø mvkvmshø̀ng"."Tiger! I dare not be eaten alive in front of my eyes."nezav.i:envy, jelous.Vsv̀ng vdá mvgàm lòng sv̀ng ne dvzáshì mvdaq.'(One) should not be jealous of others' richness.''eye' + 'sick, painful'nezor2n:have a sty on eyelid.'eye' + 'tilt/slanted'nezø̀mn:eyebrow.Nezø̀m naqdàngwa yoe.'(He) has thick black eyebrows.''eye' + 'hold'nezøq1n:blind person.Nezøq tiqpè dì daqì.'One blind person came.''eye' + 'blind'2v.i:be blind.We mvrìngyv́ng vsv̀ng tiqpè nezøqapmì wa.'It is said that in that village someone became blind.'Where eyes are damaged, look damaged.
ne2v.i:complement taking verb; want, like, willing to V.Dí mvneshàì.'We don't want to go.'V́l neshìe.'Like to stay.'Shǿn neshìe.'Like to talk.'5.3Want
ne3n:land.Neyv́ng vle.'He is in a remote place.'<Bur.1.7Nature, environment1.2.1Land
negwìngn:obstreperous fly, gnats.1.6.1.7Insect