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1. Initial in no, na, noʻu, naʻu, nou, nāu, nona, nāna with meanings ‘for’, ‘by’, ‘of’. Gram. 9.11. (PCP n-.)

2. Initial of words for soft sounds and movements. Cf. nākuʻi, to rumble; nakulu, to patter; naue, to vibrate; nē, to murmur; nehe, to rustle; nei, to rumble; nēnē, to chip; nenene, to flutter; nū, to roar. Cf. Rennellese ng-. (PPN ng-.)

Nū.

The eighth letter of the Hawaiian alphabet. It is often changed to L, as: nanai for lanai, nanahu for lanahu.

E huli iā “n-” ma Ulukau.

Search for “n-” on Ulukau.

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