ña
Suffix attached to words to express third-person, singular possessive pronoun: his, her, or its. Written with hyphen preceding. Example: Kareta-ña. His car.
ña
Suffix attached to adjectives to express a greater degree of the quality than something else.
ña'ot
Crab--when carrying eggs. Stage when crabs are carrying eggs on them.
ña'ot
Crab eggs, fish eggs.
ña'ña'
Mix---grated coconut meat with raw fish, shrimp or meat. (Rota)
ñaba'
Relaxed, pliable, flexible, easily bent.
ñafula'
Flabby, weak in appearance.
ñagong
Shelter--from the rain.
ñahlalang
Light (in weight), easy. Also ñalalang.
ñaihon
Suffix attached to verbs to express actions done for a short time; Awhile, for a while, short moment.
ñaka'
To hang (to death). To suspend by the neck until dead.
ñalalang
Light (in weight), easy, not heavy. Also ñahlalang.
ñalang
Hungry; to feel hunger.
ñama'
Sluggish, slow poke, slow, slow moving, markedly slow in movement, weak, deficient in bodily vigor.
ñamu
Mosquito (insect)
ñamñam
chew, sound of chewing, eat.
ñanggo
Hip, haunch, loins.
ñangnang
Talkative, entertaining.
ñangon
verb. whisper, soft voice, talk with constricted vocal chords, speak covertly esp. in conspiracy or criticism.
noun. soft utterance, volume -- soft, speech without voice.
 
ñangu
verb. to swim; to propel the body through water.
ñangñang
Cute baby, cooing, smiling.
ñao
noun. Term of address for a brother-in-law.
ñaohan
Flabby, loose, less tense, slacken.
ñåtak
Type of eel -- lycodontis picta, a grayish-white eel covered with very fine dots. (Rota)
ñatas
Scum, skimmings, which forms on the surface of any soupy food or liquid.
ñateng
Slow, not hasty, slow-witted.
ñañak
Type of rock-pumice. A very light weight stone found in the Marianas.
ñañas
Weary, fatigued, exhausted, tired (physically), done in, worn out, prostrate, haggard, all. (Rota)
ñaño'
Cause to sniff, cause to smell, put something close to a person's nose, thereby causing him to smell it.
ñaño'
Dull, not sharp.
ñedok
Adolescent male, changing voice--in adolescent male.
ñega
Deny, nullify, contradict, break contract.
ñehngon
noun. shaded area -- where soil is fresh and moist.
ñehom
Lurk, to duck, bob down, evade.
ñehong
See ñehom.
ñiha
Suffix attached to words to express third-person, plural possessive pronoun their.
ñiñu
Baby Jesus. (Rota)
ñohmon
Watery soil--almost muddy, one's feet will sink in 3 to 4 inches when walking over it.
ñokñok
Submerge, immerse, cause to submerge.
ñongñong
Talkative, entertaining, gabby.

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