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Nahum  
Nahum, a book in the Kadehde Mering (Old Testament).  Nahum

nail  
a small nail.  kisin mete
concrete nail.  kongkirineil
metal, nail, badge, spear for a speargun.  mete
nail, as a finger or toenail.  kihk
nail, spike.  nihl

naked  
to be naked.  kedeul
to be naked.  pohn kedeul
to be naked, to be nude.  kilisou
to be naked, to be nude.  pohnkodoul
to exhibit ones naked body.  kasalawar

name  
nickname, abbreviated name.  adkamwot
nickname, abbreviated name.  adkamwot
nickname; alternate name.  adkamwan
nickname; alternate name.  adkamwan
a common name for a black dog.  kuro
a name given to a child before or shortly after birth that is identical to or is derived from a title.  adamwar
a non-baptismal name, nickname.  adamwahl
abbreviated name, nickname.  adomwot
affectionate name for baby girls.  pwohpwo₁
any high title; head garland, name.  lengileng
baptismal name.  mwaren souleng
general name, generic name.  adalap
last name, surname.  miohsi
last name; address.  adires
name; noun.  ahd₁
nickname, abbreviated name of a place or person.  aditik
title, name.  mwahr
title, name.  mwar₁
to be named, to be called.  adaneki
to call each other names, to label each other.  pekehr
to name, to call.  kahdaneki
to nickname, to provide with an abbreviated name.  aditikih

name-calling  
engaging in the pot calling the kettle black kind of name-calling, given to criticizing others for a fault of one's own.  kehrdipaur

Nan Madol  
the reef on which Nan Madol was built.  Sounahleng

napier grass  
grass sp., napier grass, Pennisetum purpureum.  poakso

narrator  
narrator.  nahreider

narrow  
narrow.  tehtik
small in diameter, of holes, coconuts, or people; narrow, of an opening or gate.  wetikitik

narrow curve-banded grouper  
fish sp., narrow curve-banded grouper, Epinephelus morrhua.  kiol en pohnwol

narrowing  
hourglass or funnel shaped; narrowing; thin waisted.  tir

nasal  
nasal sound; cleft palate.  tumpwoar

Naso lituratus  
fish sp., orangespine unicornfish, Naso lituratus.  pwulangking

Naso unicornis  
fish sp., bluespine unicornfish, Naso unicornis.  pwulak

Naso vlamingii  
fish sp., bignose unicornfish, Naso vlamingii.  kitik₂

native  
native, aboriginal, indigenous.  pwelidak
native, aboriginal, indigenous.  pwilidak
native, one indigenous to an area; native land, homeland, country of origin.  uhdak
native, used derogatorily.  dohming
native, used derogatorily.  inaka
native, used derogatorily.  kinaka

naturalized  
to be naturalized as a citizen.  pwelidakala
to be naturalized as a citizen.  pwilidakala

nature  
appearance, shape; kind, sort, type₁, nature.  mwohmw
condition, nature, manner; used in combination with ni to mean 'according to'.  duwe
creation; environment, nature, resource.  kepikipik

naughty  
mischievious, naughty, difficult, frustrating, troubled.  ketihwo

Nauru  
Nauru.  Nauru

nausea  
an emetic; nausea.  mehn mwus
headache, nausea, and vomiting, a condition more severe than soumwahu en moahng medek.  soumwahu en mwahliel
nausea; indigestion.  pahnediwo
nausea; indigestion.  pahnedsuwed

nauseating  
nauseating.  kapahnediwo

nauseous  
nauseous.  kapehd pedeped
to be nauseous; to have indigestion.  pahnediwo
to be nauseous; to have indigestion.  pahnedsuwed

navel  
navel, belly button.  pwuhs₁
navel, belly button.  selihr

navigation  
navigational skill; navigator.  pali₂

navigator  
navigational skill; navigator.  pali₂

navy  
navy.  kaingun

na    ne    ni    no    nu    ny       -top-  

near  
near, close₂.  keren
to be near or close₂ to.  karanih

nearly  
almost, nearly.  kerenieng

neat  
neat, clean.  min
neat, clean.  nei₂
ornamented; well groomed, neat, stylish.  ipwerek

Nebraska  
Nebraska.  Nepraska

necessary  
necessary, indispensable.  anahn
necessary, indispensable.  eimwel

necessity  
need, want, necessity.  anahn
need, want, necessity.  eimwel

neck  
back of the neck.  pohnihr
back of the neck.  pohnwar
neck.  kasang₂
neck.  tepinkasang
neck.  tepinwer
neck.  wer₁
stiff neck.  tepinwer medek
the area between the collarbone and the neck.  peden were

necklace  
garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  mwaramwar
garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  mwaramwar
royal garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  wairenieu
royal garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  wairenieu
royal garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  waireniso
royal garland, necklace, floral necklace, lei.  waireniso
to wear a garland, necklace, floral necklace, or lei.  mwaramwar
to wear a garland, necklace, floral necklace, or lei.  mwaramwar
to wear a garland, necklace, or lei.  mware₂

necktie  
necktie, tie.  nektait

need  
need, want, necessity.  anahn
need, want, necessity.  eimwel
to need, to require.  anahne
to need, to require.  eimwele

needle  
a barbed piece of wood, used as a tool for tying thatch to beams in making a roof; crochet needle.  koahr
needle; first shoot of a newly planted cutting.  dikek

needle fish  
fish sp., a kind of needle fish.  dahk
fish sp., a kind of needle fish, Hemiramphidae (halfbeaks), normally found on fringing reefs, in the lagoon, and on patch reefs.  lidokodok pwise

needle nose pliers  
needle nose pliers.  pensi

needlework  
stitch; needlework.  deidei

negative  
to give a negative impression or image of, to defame, to speak negatively of.  kahdsuwedih
to give a negative impression or image of, to defame, to speak negatively of.  koasoarsuwedih

negative sentence  
negative sentence.  sendens kahmahm

neglect  
to be discarded, to be neglected; to be cast out or damned.  lekidekla
to be wasted; to be neglected, to be mistreated, to be abused.  wiakaula
to waste; to neglect, to mistreat, to abuse (a person).  wiakawe
wasteful; neglected, mistreated, abused.  wiakau

negligence  
irresponsibility, negligence, carelessness.  soepwel
irresponsibility, negligence, carelessness.  souepwel

negligent  
careless, negligent.  masile
irresponsible, negligent, careless.  soepwel
irresponsible, negligent, careless.  souepwel

negotiate  
to negotiate; to entreat.  pehngidpene

negro  
negro, black.  nihkiro

Nehemiah  
Nehemiah, a book in the Kadehde Mering (Old Testament).  Nehmaia

neighbor  
neighbor.  mehn mpe
neighbor.  palahiweita

Neisosperma oppositifolia  
plant sp., Neisosperma oppositifolia.  kite

Neomyxus  
acute jawed mullet, Neomyxus leuciscus, normally found on the fringing reef.  limwer

Neoniphon  
Holocentridae (squirrel fishes) Neoniphon sp., normally found in the areas of the fringing reef, lagoon, barrier patch reefs, and barrier reef.  pehnkihr

Nephrolepis acutifolia  
fern sp., Nephrolepis acutifolia.  mahrekenleng

Nephrolepis biserrata  
fern spp., Asplenium polyodon, Nephrolepis biserrata, Nephrolepis cordifolia, or Nephrolepis exaltata.  rehdil

Nephrolepis cordifolia  
fern spp., Asplenium polyodon, Nephrolepis biserrata, Nephrolepis cordifolia, or Nephrolepis exaltata.  rehdil

Nephrolepis exaltata  
fern spp., Asplenium polyodon, Nephrolepis biserrata, Nephrolepis cordifolia, or Nephrolepis exaltata.  rehdil

Nephrolepis hirsutula  
fern spp., Blechnum orientale, Nephrolepis hirsutula, or Pteris vittata.  limenkasar

Nephrolepis obliterata  
fern sp., Nephrolepis obliterata.  pwe₂

nerve-wracking  
nerve-wracking, upsetting, disquieting.  kasaloh

nervous  
nervous, troubled.  saloh
to be timid, shy, or nervous when in a crowd.  misikpokon
to cause another to be nervous.  kasalowe

nest  
nest.  pahs₁
termite, termite nest.  lohng
to make a nest.  ilapas

net  
a deep pocket in a net, formed as a consequence of the way the net is set, in the style of the Kapingamarangi; a separate net attached to other nets to form such a pocket.  pwosou
a deep pocket in a net, formed as a consequence of the way the net is set, or, in the style of the Kapingamarangi; a separate net attached to other nets to form such a pocket.  pwesou
a net ceremony given to the Enihlap.  kapwusenleng
a net ceremony introduced from the east, probably Kiribati.  kapwusenmaraki
a net ceremony requiring the performance of sexual intercourse prior to use of the net.  kapwusenlimw
an expert net maker.  sowuhk₁
any of a number of ceremonies performed to bring luck to a fishing net.  kapwus
enclosure, pen₁, fence, wall, as of a fort; an encircling fish net.  kehl₂
large seine or net.  ukalap
mosquito net.  tein amwise
net.  uhk₁
net fishing, using a long net set across a sandy area or inlet on the barrier reef.  ouse
net, a large naik, used when fishing from a canoe.  naikalap
net, a small naik.  naikitik
small hand net for fishing.  lukouk
small seine or net.  uketik
the first catch of a new net before the fish are offered to the Nahnmwarki.  token laid
the first fish caught in a net being used for the first time; the fish that is awarded to the master fisherman.  mwomwinieng₁
the person who holds the end of a net and is the first to set it.  koaroapoad
throw net.  ukinlekidek
to pull a net.  kom

net fishing  
a type of net fishing done by setting a net at high tide across a place in the reef where fish exit a body of water (employed principally in Sokehs and Nett).  ou
a type of net fishing, done at night.  sehpwong
a type of net fishing, done by blocking off a pocket in the coral.  duhse
a type of net fishing, done by first setting a net and then chasing fish into the net with a canoe.  kehmwomw
a type of net fishing, done by setting a net across a channel.  oudau
a type of net fishing, done by setting a net at high tide and trapping fish as the tide recedes.  sowuhk₂
a type of net fishing, done by setting a net from shore to shore in a large semicircle.  sohuhk
a type of net fishing, during which fish are chased into a net.  kasar
a type of net fishing, employing a net attached to a curved stick.  naik
a type of net fishing, where the fisherman uses a naik in each hand.  ukouk
net fishing, done by a single individual.  kehtik
type of net fishing done by placing the net where the waves are breaking.  kehlik

Nevada  
Nevada.  Nepahda

new  
new moon, tenth night of the lunar cycle.  maram pwul
new, clean.  adarasi
new, fresh.  kapw
to visit a place for the first time; to refurbish or make like new again.  kapwala

New Caledonia  
New Caledonia.  Nuh Kaledohnia

New Hampshire  
New Hampshire.  Nuh Amsir

New Jersey  
New Jersey.  Nuh Sersi

New Mexico  
New Mexico.  Nuh Mekisko
New Mexico.  Nuh Meksiko

New Testament  
New Testament.  Kadehde Kapw

new year  
new year.  parakapw

New York  
New York.  Nuh Ioahk

news  
current news, recent information.  rongkapw
news.  nuhs
news.  rohng
news; announcement.  kair
to spread news.  lohk
to spread news about.  lohki

newspaper  
newspaper.  doaroapwehn rohng
newspaper.  nuhspehpa
newspaper.  simpung

next  
next to (him or her), with animate relationships.  mpe
next to (him, her, or it).  limwah

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nibble  
to peck, of birds; to nibble the bait, of fish.  palih₁
to peck, of birds; to nibble the bait, of fish.  pel₁

nice  
nice.  tehkuhk
precious, beautiful, fine₁, nice.  kaselel

nicker bean  
plant sp., Caesalpinia bonduc, commonly known as grey nicker, nicker bean, or knicker nut.  kehsapahl

nickname  
nickname, abbreviated name.  adkamwot
nickname; alternate name.  adkamwan
a non-baptismal name, nickname.  adamwahl
abbreviated name, nickname.  adomwot
nickname, abbreviated name of a place or person.  aditik
to nickname, to provide with an abbreviated name.  aditikih

Nicotrina tabacum  
plant sp., tobacco, Nicotrina tabacum; any rough-cut tobacco.  tapaker
plant sp., tobacco, Nicotrina tabacum; any rough-cut tobacco.  tipaker₁

night  
night.  pahnkopwul
night.  pwohng
eighth night after the new moon, eighteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas ewel
fifth night after the new moon; fifteenth night of the lunar cycle (Pohnpeian traditional calendar).  mas alem
first night after a new moon; eleventh night of the lunar cycle when tracking the delayed lunar rising.  mas ehd
first night of the lunar cycle (traditional Pohnpeian calendar).  aunen rot
fourth night after a new moon; thirteenth night of the lunar cycle when tracking the delayed lunar rising.  mas epeng₁
middle of the night.  eilepenpwong
midnight, middle of the night.  lukopenpwong
night time.  nihpwong
ninth night after the new moon, nineteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas adu
second₁ night after new moon, twelfth night of the lunar cycle.  mas are
second₂ night after the full moon, twenty-sixth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  roten pahnwel
seventh night of the monthi; seventeenth night of the lunar cycle (traditional Pohnpeian calendar).  mas eis
seventh night of the monthi; seventeenth night of the lunar cycle (traditional Pohnpeian calendar).  mas eis
tenth night after the new moon, nineteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas kadongoul
the fifth night after a full moon (literally the fourth, but actually the fifth); the twenty-ninth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking delayed lunar rising.  epeng en rot
the fourth night after the full moon (literally the third, but actually the fourth, twenty-eighth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking delayed lunar rising.  esil en rot
the second₁ night after a full moon (literally the first, but actually the second), the twenty-sixth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking delayed lunar rising.  ehden rot
the seventh night after a full moon.  ounin rot
the sixth night after a full moon (literally the fifth, but actually the sixth); the thirtieth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking delayed lunar rising.  alem en rot
the tenth night after a full moon (literally the ninth, but actually the tenth); the fourth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking delayed lunar rising.  adu en rot
the third night after the full moon (literally the second night, but actually the third), twenty-seventh night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle when tracking a delayed lunar rising.  arehn rot
third night after a new moon, thirteenth night of the lunar cycle when tracking the delayed lunar rising.  mas esil
to become night.  wasa pwongpene

night walk  
night walk, for the purpose of a sexual liaison.  aluwenpwong
night walk, for the purpose of a sexual liaison.  eluwenpwong

nightmare  
nightmare; bad dream.  poareni
nightmare; muttering; delirium.  lieurehre
nightmare; muttering; delirium.  liourehre
nightmare; muttering; delirium.  ndenderak
nightmare; muttering; delirium.  nderak
to have a nightmare; to mutter indistinctly during sleep; to be delirious.  lieurehre
to have a nightmare; to mutter indistinctly during sleep; to be delirious.  ndenderak

nights  
eighteenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the second night after the full moon in the lunar cycle; third day of the holy week in the traditional calendar;.  leledi
eighth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the seventh night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  masewel
eleventh night of the month in the traditional calendar, the second night after the first quarter in the lunar cycle.  tiriepwong
fifteenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the sixth night after the first quarter of the lunar cycle.  olomwahi
fifth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fourth night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  masalem
first night of the month in the traditional calendar, the night of the new moon in the lunar cycle.  dampido
fourteenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fifth night after the first quarter of the lunar cycle.  olopwuoa
fourth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the third night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  masepeng
nineteenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the third night after the full moon in the lunar cycle.  sanek₂
ninth night of the month in the traditional calendar, approximately the night of the first quarter of the moon in the lunar calendar.  masadu
second night of the month in the traditional calendar, the night following a new moon in the lunar cycle.  lingaling₂
seventeenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the first night after the full moon in the lunar cycle.  ihr₄
seventh night of the month in the traditional calendar, the sixth night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  maseis
sixteenth night of the month in the traditional, the night of the full moon in the lunar cycle.  maram mat
sixteenth night of the month in the traditional, the night of the full moon in the lunar cycle.  mat₂
sixth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fifth night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  masoun
tenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the first night after the first quarter in the lunar cycle.  medel₂
third night of the month in the traditional calendar, the second night after a new moon in the lunar cycle.  irongeni
thirteenth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fourth night after the first quarter of the lunar cycle.  takainpei
thirtieth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the seventh night after last quarter of the lunar cycle.  olok
twelfth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the third night after the first quarter in the lunar cycle.  oropwuki
twentieth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fourth night after the full moon in the lunar cycle.  arehn sanek
twenty-eighth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fifth night after the final quarter of the lunar cycle.  suhdakerahn
twenty-fifth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the second night after last quarter of the lunar cycle.  apenek mwuhr
twenty-first night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fifth night after the full moon in the lunar cycle; the first day of the holy week.  sanek en komweni
twenty-fourth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the first night following the last quarter of the lunar cycle.  sapwad mwoh
twenty-ninth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the sixth night after the last quarter of the lunar cycle.  ehi
twenty-second night of the month in the traditional calendar, the sixth night after the full moon in the lunar cycle; second day of the holy week in the Pohnpeian calendar.  sanek en komwana
twenty-seventh night of the month in the traditional calendar, the fourth night after the last quarter of the lunar cycle.  orosu
twenty-sixth night of the month in the traditional calendar, the third night after the last quarter of the lunar cycle.  apenek mwoh
twenty-third night of the month in the traditional calendar, approximately the night of the last quarter of the lunar cycle.  sapwad mwuhr

nine  
nine.  adu
nine.  duhmw
nine.  duwadip
nine.  duwahi
nine.  duwaka
nine.  duwakap
nine.  duwakin
nine.  duwakis
nine.  duwapa
nine.  duwapak
nine.  duwapali
nine.  duwapar
nine.  duwapit
nine.  duwapwidik
nine.  duwara
nine.  duwau
nine.  duwehl
nine.  duwelep
nine.  duwemen
nine.  duwemwodol
nine.  duwepei
nine.  duwesel
nine.  duwesou
nine.  duwete
nine.  duwewel
nine.  duwoapoar
nine.  duwoapwoat
nine.  duwodun
nine.  duwomwut
nine.  duwopwong
nine.  duwopwuloi
nine.  duwosop
nine.  duwosu
nine.  duwotumw
nine.  duwoumw

nine billion  
nine billion.  duwelik

nine hundred  
nine hundred.  duwepwiki

nine hundred million  
nine hundred million.  duwasapw

nine hundred thousand  
nine hundred thousand.  duwolopw

nine million  
nine million.  duwarar

nine thousand  
nine thousand.  duwekid

nineteenth  
ninth night after the new moon, nineteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas adu
tenth night after the new moon, nineteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas kadongoul

ninety  
ninety.  duwehk
ninety.  duweisek
ninety.  duwengoul
ninety.  duwongoul

ninety million  
ninety million.  duwedep

ninety thousand  
ninety thousand.  duwenen

ninth  
ninth.  kawaluh
ninth night after the new moon, nineteenth night of the Pohnpeian lunar cycle.  mas adu

nipa palm  
nipa palm, Nypa fruticans, used for thatching a roof.  parem

nit  
nit, the egg of a louse.  dihl₂

na    ne    ni    no    nu    ny       -top-  

no  
no.  soh
no longer.  sohla
no longer.  solahr
no longer; used only in combination with the aspect marker pahn.  soher

No way!  
No way!.  ai₂

Noah  
Noah.  Noha

noble  
royal, noble.  iso

nod  
to doze off, to nod when falling asleep.  lisoi
to doze off, to nod when falling asleep.  lusoi

noise  
a thudding noise.  kumwukumw₁
crowd noise.  mwoaroang
crowd noise.  mwoarong
making a slapping or banging noise.  tipwalapwal
to creak or squeak; to make a tearing or grating noise.  tehrek
to disturb with noise.  kataironge
to make a cracking, crunching, or static-like noise.  rar₁
to make a slapping noise by slapping or striking two flat objects together.  tupwal
to make a splattering noise.  pwirar
to make an explosive or crackling noise.  mweker
to stomp, to make a thudding noise with the foot.  tom

noisy  
noisy.  mwoaroangoaroang
to be noisy.  mwoaroang
to be noisy.  mwoarong
to be noisy; a command to Shut up! or Be quiet!.  katairong

nominal  
nominal clause.  pwuloin sendens ahd

nonbuoyant  
nonbuoyant;.  kihr₁

none  
not, none, nothing.  sohte

non-emphatic  
non-emphatic.  sohrenge

non-emphatic pronoun  
non-emphatic pronoun.  pronaun sohrenge

noni  
Indian mulberry, noni, Morinda citrifolia, having edible fruit (not eaten on Pohnpei), used extensively in making medicine; roots used for making yellow dye; said to have been the first food on Pohnpei.  wempwul
Indian mulberry, noni, flame tree, Morinda citrifolia, having edible fruit (not commonly eaten on Pohnpei), used extensively in making medicine; roots used for making yellow dye; said to have been the first food on Pohnpei.  weipwul

non-native  
foreigner, a non-native person.  mehn liki

nonsensical  
nonsensical, untruthful.  tika

noodle  
noodle.  udong

noon  
morning and noon, the time interval between kapwarsou and mwurin souwas.  pahnsou
noon.  souwas
noon.  ninsouwas

noose  
noose for snaring rats.  liapiap
slip noose.  moall
to be trapped in a leg noose.  nsar
to catch something with a slip noose.  moale
to catch with a slip noose.  moall
to trap with a leg noose.  nsere

Norfolk Island pine₂  
Christmas tree; Norfolk Island pine₂, Araucaria excelsa.  tuhkehn kirismas

normal  
entire, whole, unanimous, complete; normal.  unsek

north  
north.  paliepeng
north, northern horizon.  epengileng

North Carolina  
North Carolina.  Karolaina Paliepeng
North Carolina.  Nohd Karolaina

North Dakota  
North Dakota.  Dakohda Paliepeng
North Dakota.  Nohd Dakohda

northern  
north, northern horizon.  epengileng

nose  
flat nosed, pug-nosed.  tumwpak
nose.  keinuhnu
nose.  sisipwai
nose.  tumwe
the act of rub‌bing noses, the tradtional form of a kiss.  mpoake
the act of rub‌bing noses, the tradtional form of a kiss.  sisinleng
to have a runny nose.  toai
to have runny nose.  rengen mwell
to rub noses, the tradtional form of a kiss.  mehn₂
to rub noses, the tradtional form of a kiss.  resenlangih
to wrinkle up one's nose.  konuhr

nosebleed  
nosebleed, occurring spontaneously.  mehn rokumw

nosey  
nosey, bothersome.  direpw

nostalgia  
nostalgia, homesickness.  lihtensapw

nostril  
nostril.  pwoaren tumwe
nostril.  pworen timwe

not  
Absolutely not!.  soh douluhl
Absolutely not!.  soh medel
a negative prefix meaning not in the sense of 'the opposite of'.  sou-₂
a negative prefix meaning not, in-, or un-.  sa-
not at all.  soumwahn
not at all.  soumwahn
not ever, used to negate commands.  dehpa
not yet.  kaik
not yet.  kaikinte
not yet.  saik₂
not yet.  saikinte
not, none, nothing.  sohte
not, used in negative questions.  sou₅
not, used to negate commands.  deh
not, used to negate commands.  dehr
not; used to negate equational sentences.  kaidehn
to not know.  seiranki

Not  
Not worth a shit!.  soh pwise sou

notch  
a notch cut into a coconut tree, used as a step for climbing.  pelepel en sikaliwi

note  
musical note.  nohd
musical note.  noht
to mark; to recognize; to take note of; to register.  kileledi
to mark; to recognize; to take note of; to register.  kilelehdi

notebook  
notebook.  pwuken nting

nothing  
not, none, nothing.  sohte
to have nothing left.  pikipas

notice  
notice, announcement.  kerenleng
notice, announcement.  pakair
signature, poster, sign, notice.  sain
to give notice to.  pohnese
to give notice to.  pohnlangih

notify  
to inform, to notify.  kairehki
to notify, to announce.  pakair
to notify, to inform, to hint at, to let someone know.  kehsehki
to notify, to inform, to hint at, to let someone know.  kehsehki

noun  
name; noun.  ahd₁
noun.  naun

noun phrase  
noun phrase.  pwuloin lokaia naun

nourish  
to revitalize, to nourish; to augment, as a point in an argument.  ketihna
to revitalize, to nourish; to augment, as a point in an argument.  ketihnain

nourishment  
food, nourishment.  ketihnain
food, nourishment.  ketihnepe

November  
November.  Ihr
November.  Nopempe

now  
o.k., so, well₂, now.  na
this one, by me; here; now.  me₁
this one, by me; here; now.  met₁

na    ne    ni    no    nu    ny       -top-  

nuclear weapon  
atomic bomb, nuclear weapon.  kensipakudang

nude  
to be naked, to be nude.  kilisou
to be naked, to be nude.  pohnkodoul

Nudibranch  
a sp. of Nudibranch.  mwell

Nukuoro  
Nukuoro, a Polynesian-outlier atoll located within Pohnpei State.  Nukuoro

nullification  
nullification.  kakerepwel
nullification.  kasohr

nullify  
to cause to vanish; to nullify; to dismiss, as a court case; to abolish.  kasohre
to nullify, to ignore.  kakerepwelihala
to nullify, to ignore.  kasohrehla

numb  
numb.  kehk
numb; asleep, as when one's leg falls asleep.  ketiket₁
to give out from exhaustion; to become numb.  kehkla

number  
a great many, an uncountable number.  ngeder
numeral, number.  nempe
numeral, number.  wadawad₁

Numbers  
Numbers, a book in the Kadehde Mering (Old Testament).  Nempe kan

numeral  
numeral, number.  nempe
numeral, number.  wadawad₁

numerous  
many, much, numerous, plentiful.  tohto

nun  
nun.  lih kadek
nun.  mahdire

nurse  
to be nursing, to be breastfeeding.  kedihdi
nurse.  neris
to nurse, to breastfeed.  kadihdih
to suckle, to nurse.  dihdi

nurture  
to nurture; to raise children, to provide guidance for children; to develop or adopt habits or ideas from.  kairada

nut  
tree sp., parinarium nut, Atuna racemosa, having a hard wood; used for house poles, oil, paint, and caulking canoes, fruit used in medicines; a medicine taken before eating food prepared by another to avoid the effects of magic.  ais₁

na    ne    ni    no    nu    ny       -top-  

nymphomaniac  
nymphomaniac, prostitute.  lieraran
nymphomaniac, prostitute.  lihraran

Nypa fruticans  
nipa palm, Nypa fruticans, used for thatching a roof.  parem

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