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Ngáko, s. Fat.
Nga kóhu; Fogs: name of a person.
Nga máki; Last survivors of a tribe: proper name.
Ngánga; A human scull: name of a person.
Ngánga rángi; A species of potatoe.
Nga rára; General name for reptiles.
Nga rau taua; A shell-fish so called.
Nga tá; An insect so called.
Nga táro; Roots of Táro: name of a person.
Ngáro, a. Hid, covered. v.n. Hid; as, “E ngáro ána te ko íwi; The corpse is covered.”
Ngatí; Cry of a certain bird: name of a person.
Nga tíi; The top summits of hills: name of a person.
Nga tóka raránei; Name of a place.
Ngáu, s. A bite: proper name. v.n. Biting; as, “Engáu ána te karáree; The beast bites,”
Ngaúre, s. (Penis, pl.) Name of a person.
Nga úia, s. Feathers of birds called Uia: name of a person.
Nga úe, v.n. Trembling as a leaf; as, “Ngaúeúe; Trembling much:” “E nga úe úe ána te túinga; The writing-table trembles.”
Nga wádii, a. Soft, easy; as, “E méa ngawádii; A soft thing:” “Kía ngawádii; Make it soft, easy, &c.” Causative, “Waka ngawádii; Causing to be soft.” ad. Softly. (See Grammar.)
Nga wai; Waters: name of a person.
Nga wai máte; Bad waters: also name of a person.
Nga wai údi; Rolling waters: also name of a person.
Nga wáka; Canoes: also name of a person.
Nga wáo; Nails: also name of a person.
Ngédi. s. A garment so called.
Ngédi kómeke; A garment so called.

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