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See also: না

U+09A8, ন
BENGALI LETTER NA
[unassigned: U+09A9]

[U+09A7]
Bengali
[U+09AA]

Assamese

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Etymology 1

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Pronunciation

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Letter

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(no)

  1. The 31st character in the Assamese alphabet. It is called "Dontia no" or "Donto no".

Etymology 2

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Assamese numbers (edit)
90
 ←  8
9
10  → [a], [b]
    Cardinal: (no)
    Ordinal: নৱম (nowom), নৱা (nowa)
    Multiplier: নগুণ (nogun)

Inherited from Early Assamese নৱ (nowo), from Kamarupi Prakrit 𑖡𑖧 (naya), from Magadhi Prakrit [Term?], from Sanskrit নৱন্ (návan), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Hnáwa, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥. Cognate with Bengali নয় (noẏ), Sylheti ꠘꠄ (noe), Odia ନଅ (nôô), Hindi नौ (nau).

Alternative forms

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /nɔ/
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Numeral

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(no)

  1. nine

Etymology 3

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Inherited from Sanskrit নৱ (nava).

Adjective

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(no)

  1. new
    Synonym: (more common) নতুন (notun)
    সাজno xaznew dress
    কৈnokoinewly
Usage notes
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  • It is almost always followed by the word it defines right after it.

Bengali

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Pronunciation

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Etymology 1

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Letter

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(no)

  1. The 31st character in the Bengali abugida. It is also called 'donto no', for distinguishing.

Etymology 2

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Clipped form of নয় (noẏ).

Numeral

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(no)

  1. nine
    -দিন পরে
    no-din pore
    after nine days
    -টা বাজে
    no-ṭa baje.
    It's nine (o'clock).

Etymology 3

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Inherited from Sanskrit नव (nava).

Adjective

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(no)

  1. new
Usage notes
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No longer used independently but rather as a prefix in compounds.

Pali

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Alternative forms

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Particle

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  1. Bengali script form of na

Adjective

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  1. Bengali script form of na (“that”)

Declension

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Pronoun

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 m

  1. Bengali script form of na (“him, it, that”)

Declension

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Pronoun

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 n

  1. Bengali script form of na (“it, that”)

Declension

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Sanskrit

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