na'hå'yan
Put down--with words; tell off; putsomeone in his place verbally.
na'hålom
Insert; cause to go in.
na'hånao
Disconnect; detach; direct; make go.
na'håspok
Satiate; fill up (ones stomach).
na'kadada'
Abridge; shorten.
na'kafache'
Bespatter with mud.
na'kahulo'
Raise up; haul up; cause to go up.
na'kalamten
Sitr up; move; set in motion.
na'kemaigo'
Lull; soothe to sleep.
na'kesiña
Endeavor; try.
na'kilulok
Spin; set into spinning motion, as a top.
na'klåru
Clarify; make clear.
na'kållo
Loosen; slacken.
na'kåpåt
Make room.
na'kåyåda
Mitigate; alleviate.
na'la'ånåkko'
Lengthen; add to length.
na'labåråtu
Put on sale; lower the price.
na'lachi
Mislead; cause to be false.
na'lage'-
Make a little bit further; make a little more, a triple combination of prefixes na'- "make" la- "a little (bit)" and ge'- "further or more".
na'lago'
Melt; cause to liquify.
na'lahat-
Make a little bit further; make a little bit more; a triple combination of prefixes na'- "make" la- "a little (bit)" and hat- "further or more". Also na'lat-.
na'lakållo
Loosen more; make looser.
na'lamafnot
Tighten; make tight; take up the slack.
na'lamaolek
Improve; insure; to give one credit.
na'lamen
Harmful; injurious (primary stress on the first syllable).
na'lamoddong
Deepen; enlarge.
na'lat-
Make a little bit further; make a little bit more. Also na'lahat-.
na'latfe'na
Improve; prosper; thrive.
na'layo'
Insult; embitter; incite.
na'libre
Save; spare; forgive--of sins; liberate.
na'lifet
Smuggle; contraband--traffic of; import without paying customs duties.
na'liheng
Rescue; make safe; deliver from danger; protect; defend; guard; provide shelter.
na'lo
Return--to its original state. Also na'na'lo.
na'lå'lå'
Turn on; make a live; plant; make grow.
na'lågu
Cook; boil; set upon fire.
na'låmen
Harm; injure; hurt; cause physical pain to.
na'låstima
Waste. (Primary stress on 3rd to last syllable)
na'ma'aksom
Make sour.
na'ma'å'ñao
Monster; ghost; evil spirit; horror; monstrous; frightful; horrible; horrid; dreadful.
na'ma'åse'
Miserable; pitiful; wretched (primary stress on first syllable).

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