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ENGLISH-TUNDRIAN DICTIONARY / DICTZONER INGLEIS-TUNDRIAN

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nadir   n. nadir (m)  
nail 1 n. cleu (m) iron
nail 2 n. ûngla (f) on finger or toe
  nail polish   n. esmalt (m) d'ûnglas  
naive   a. naîv, -a  
naivety   n. naïvitat (f)  
naked   a. nud, -a  
nakedness   n. nuditat (f)  
name 1 n. noum (m)  
name 2 v.tr. nominar  
      designar appoint
namely   adv. ço és  
      a sapeir  
nap 1 n. xonata (f)  
nap 2 v.i. xonar  
nape   n. nuca (f) of neck
napkin   n. servietta (f)  
Naples   pr.n. Nápoli (f)  
narcissus   n. narciss (m)  
narrow   a. estriyt, -a  
  narrow-gauge   n. vîa (f) estriyta  
nation   n. natzoun (f)  
national   a. natzonal  
native   a. natiyv, -a  
  native land   n. patria (f)  
natural   a. natural  
  natural gas   n. gaz (m) natural  
naturally   adv. naturalment  
nature   n. natura (f)  
navel   n. ombliyc (m)  
navigate   v.tr. navigar  
navigation   n. navigatzoun (f)  
navy   n. mariyna (f) (de guerra)  
near 1 a. viciyn, -a  
      prôxim, -a  
near 2 adv. prês a  
nearly   adv. quasi  
neat   a. propiyt, -a  
necessary   a. nêcessêr, -a  
neck   n. coil (m)  
  necklace   n. colhera (f)  
need 1 n. besûnha (f) want, lack
      indigentza (f) poverty
need 2 v.tr. falleir  
      haveir besûnha de  
needle   n. aculha (f)  
      ac (m)  
needless   a. inútil  
needy   a. besûnhous, -a  
neglect   v.tr. negligeir  
negligee   n. peynera (f)  
negligent   a. negligent  
neighbour   n. viciyn (m), -a (f)  
neighbourhood   n. vicintat (f)  
      proximitat (f)  
neighbouring   a. viciyn, -a  
neither…nor…   conj. ne…ni…  
neon   n. neón (m)  
nephew   n. nepout (m)  
Neptune   pr.n. Neptún (m)  
nerve   n. nerv (m)  
nervous   a. nervous, -a  
  nervous system   n. systêma nervous  
nest   n. niyd (m)  
net   n. reit (f)  
Netherlands   pr.n. Payeiz-Bass (m)  
nettle   n. ortiyca (f)  
neutron   n. neutrón (m)  
never   adv. ne...nûnca  
      non...ûnca  
      non...jamais not ever
  never mind   phr. non importa  
  nevertheless   adv. toutevîe  
new   a. nôu, nova  
  new moon   n. nova-luna (f)  
  New Year's   n. Nov-Ân (m)  
  New Year's Eve   n. vigilha (f) del Nov-Ân  
  New Zealand   pr.n. Nova-Zêlandia (f)  
  New Zealander   nat.n. novazêlandeis (m), -a (f)  
news [pl.]   n. notitze (f pl) printed
      actualitati (f pl) on radio, TV
  newspaper   n. journal (m)  
  newsreel   n. cinejournal (m)  
  newsstand   n. kiosc (m)  
newt   n. tritoun (m)  
next   a. prôxim, -a  
      xequent  
  next week   adv. sêmaina prôxima, la  
nice   a. gentiyl of people
      agratábil of things, animals
      sympáthic, -a of people
nickel   n. níckel (m)  
nickname   n. nomiyn (m)  
niece   n. neutza (f)  
Nigeria   pr.n. Nigeria (f)  
Nigerian   nat.n/a nigêrián (m), -a (f)  
night   n. noit (f)  
  nightclub   n. cabarêt (m)  
  nightgown   n. roba (f) de noit  
  nightmare   n. incûb (m)  
  nightshade   n. morella (f)  
nightingale   n. roscinhol (m)  
Nile   pr.n. Niyl (f)  
nine   num.card. nôu (nov)  
  nine hundred   num.card. nôu-centi  
nineteen   num.card. dzêcinôu (dzêcinov)  
ninety   num.card. novanta  
ninth   num.ord. nóvim, -a  
nipple   n. papilla (f)  
      tzitta (f)  
nit   n. lhenta (f)  
nitrogen   n. nitrogén (m)  
      azôt (m)  
no 1 a. necún, necuna adj.
no 2 adv. nón  
  no doubt   adv. sin dûita  
  no longer   adv. non...mais  
      non...plus  
nobility   n. noblitza (f)  
noble 1 n. nóbil (m)  
noble 2 a. nóbil  
nobody   indef.pn. neim  
noise   n. rumour (m)  
      ruyt (m)  
noisy   a. ruytous, -a  
      sonour, -a  
nominate   v.tr. nominar  
non-ionizing   a. non-iônizant  
nonsense   n. tzûntaría (f)  
nonskid tire   n. pneu (m) non-jibant  
nonstop   a. sin escal  
noon   n. medzi (f)  
north   n. nord (m)  
  North America   pr.n. América de Nord  
  North Pole   n. Pol de Nord  
  North Sea   pr.n. Mar de Nord  
  North Star   pr.n. Esteila Polar  
  north wind   n. vent-nord (m)  
  north-east   n. nord-ést (m)  
  north-west   n. nord-huest (m)  
Northern Ireland   pr.n. Irlandia de Nord  
Norway   pr.n. Norvegïa (f)  
Norwegian   nat.n/a norvêgïán (m), -ana (f)  
nose   n. nas (m)  
nostalgia   n. nostalgía (f)  
nostalgic   a. nostâlgic, -a  
nostril   n. nariyca (f)  
not   adv. non  
      ne...[neg.]  
  not at all   adv. en necún mod  
  not even   adv. non adû  
  not yet   adv. non...oncoura  
notable   a. notábil  
notary   n. notêr (m), -a (f)  
note   n. nota (f) musical
  notebook   n. quatern (m)  
nothing   neg.pn. necuna causa  
      nulla  
      nuil legal term
nothing   indef.pn. rén  
notice 1 n. aviys (m)  
notice 2 v.tr. observar  
      percipeir-si (de)  
notify   v.tr. avisar  
      notificar  
noun   n. noum (m)  
nova   n. nôva (f)  
novel   n. novella (f)  
novelist   n. novellista (m/f)  
novelty   n. novitat (f)  
November   n. novembre (m)  
now   adv. eura  
nowadays   adv. hodzi jûrn  
nowadays   adv. en nostros jûrnos  
nowhere   adv. necûy  
nucleus   n. nûclêu (m)  
nudity   n. nuditat (f)  
numb   a. tzorp, -a  
number   n. nûmer (m) quantity
      cifra (f) digit
numerous   a. nûmerous, -a  
nun   n. rêligïousa (f)  
      mónca (f)  
nurse 1 n. enfirmera (f) hospital
nurse (male)   n. enfirmêr (m)  
nurse 2 v.tr. coytar the sick
  nursemaid   n. totinera (f)  
nursery   n. sala (f) d'enfants for children
      plantaría (f) for plants
nursing bottle   n. bibarilha (f)  
nursing home   n. casa (f) de repausa  
nut 1 n. nûç (f) fruit
nut 2 n. escrûa (f) tool
nutmeg   n. muscada (f)  
nylon   n. nylón (m)  

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