Adjective / Adverb:
No, not. See No. (obsolete) Chaucer.
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From Proto-Albanian *na-, *nō- from Proto-Indo-European *nō̆s (“we”). Cognate to Latin nos (“we”), Sanskrit नस् (nas, “nas”).
na sugar apple (Annona squamosa)
na to be (exist)
Adjective na (comparative nader, superlative naast) close
Adverb na (not comparable) (obsolete) Not. (obsolete) No.
na (Geordie) Used to show disagreement or negation. "Na, yor wrang." "Na, ye cannet watch telly" Used to show agreement with a negative question. "Divn’t yee like milk?" "'Na" (i.e., "No, I don’t like milk.") (colloquial) No.
AN, An, an, an', ān
na (linguistics) Noun animate.
na on, onto (direction, + accusative case) Dej skleničku na stůl. Put the glass on the table. on (location, + locative case) Sklenička je na stole. The glass is on the table. to, (direction, + accusative case, used only with certain places (do + genitive is more common)) Jdeme na poštu. We're going to the post office. at, in (location, + locative case, used only with certain places (v is more common)) Jsme na poště. We're at the post office. for (purpose, + accusative case) Ty nůžky nejsou na hrání. The scissors are not for playing with. at (in the direction of) Nekřič na mě. Don't shout at me.
na and (only used if the overall statement is grammatically negative)
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