NA: acoustic root of of the propensity for blind attachment or infatuation, as per Saḿskrta Grammar it indicates negation

NAKUL: mongoose, fourth brother of the Pánd́avas

NAKTA: night, nocturnal

NAKRA: crocodile

NAKHA: nail of finger or toe, claw

NAGA: mountain, tree, plant, sun, serpent

NAGA MEKHALÁ: a girdle of mountain or tree

NAGAR: city, town

NAGNA: naked, nude

NAJAR look, vision, eyes

NAJARÁNÁ: gift, present

NAT́A: dance, dancer, actor

NAT́INII: female dancer, an actress

NATA: bowed down, bent, stooping, lowered, inclined, humble, sunk, depressed, curved

NATI: bending, bowing, courtesy

NADII: river, stream

NANANDA: husband's sister

NANDA: happiness, pleasure, joy, foster-father of Lord Krśńa

NANDAN: aesthetic, pleasing, delightful, paradise, eden, son, joy, happiness, gladdening, rejoice

NANDITA: delighted, pleased, congratulated, felicitated, established

NABHA: sky

NAMAH: surrender to the supreme

NAMRATA: politeness

NAYAN, eye, guide, protect

NARA: human beings, man

NARMATAMA: dearest

NAVA: new, fresh, young, recent


NAVAROJ: New year (Parasi)


NAVIINATÁ: newness, novelty

NAVYA: neo

NAKŚATRA: star, constellation

NÁO: bring

NÁK-CHÁVI: ornamental nose pin

NÁT́AK: drama

NÁTH: master, lord, guardian, maintainer, protector, custodian

NÁ-THÁKÁR: transitory

NÁGA: one of external vayus giving power to jump or to extend the body and also to throw an object, snake, serpent, mammoth

NÁGA-PÁSHA: binding rope of serpent

NÁGAR: gallant, philanderer, paramour

NÁGÁL : proximity, range, approach, access, reach, touch, contact, comprehension

NÁCITE CHILO: was dancing

NÁT́YA: dance

NÁD́II: nerve or its channel or center

NÁŔA: to move, to stir, to give a jerk, to put in action, to shake, to oscillate, to wave, to remove or shift

NÁDA: primordial sound

NÁTHA: lord, master, leader, protector, owner, controller

NÁNÁ: diverse, various, different, separate, manifold, sundry

NÁNDANIK: delightful state or bliss

NÁBHI: navel

NÁMÁ / NÁMI: to come down, to descend

NÁR: water, devotion, cosmic operative principle

NÁRÁYAŃ: Supreme Entity

NÁVI: alight

NÁVIK: sailor, boatman

NÁSHA: destruction

NÁSIKÁ: nose

NÁHI: no, not

NIKARA: collection, assemblage, multitude

NIKAŚITA: whetstone, testing stone

NIKAŚITA HEME: pure sterling

NIKÁY: assemblage, multitude, dwelling place, body, abode, aim, goal, God

NIKKAN: jingling sound of ankle bell

NIKUNJA: arbor, grove, bower, garden with dense plants, shrubs or trees

NIKHAR: brightened, scattered

NIGAŔ: knot, bondage, tied

NIGATYA: emanated

NICAY: collection, assemblage, increase, development, culmination

NIJASVA: “I” feeling

NIJHUM: perfectly silent, calm, still, motionless

NIŚIKTA: sprinkled upon, infused, instilled, poured into, impregnated

NITI: daily, regularly, always

NITYA / NITYAM: non-changing, what existed, is present now and will remain in future, eternal, beyond periphery of time, always, ever

NITUI: always, ever

NITHAR: still, calm, tranquil, motionless, silent

NIDÁGHA: summer, heat

NIDÁRUŃA: extremely terrible, severe, unbearable, cruel, merciless, relentless

NIDIDHYÁSANA: concentration of all psychic propensities on one point and surrendering that mind to Parama Puruśa, meditation

NIDRÁ: sleep, slumber

NIDHÁN: receptacle, reservoir, depositing, preserving, treasure, wealth, shelter

NINÁDA: roaring sound, uproar

NINDÁ: slander, discredit, condemnation, calumny

NIPÁT: fall

NIPUŃA: expert, skilled

NIBHRTA: isolated, secret, solitary, lonely, secludedly, in seclusion, privately, deposited, concealed, hidden, out of sight, filled with, full of, covert, mild, modest, humble, firm, resolute

NIMAJJAN: submersing, submerging

NIMAJJITA: submersed, submerged

NIMANTRAŃA: invitation

NIMÁI: Krśńa

NIMEŚA / NIMIŚA: twinkling of eye, a moment, a wink, a trice, trifling short time, in a jiffy, flash, twinkle

NIMNA: low, down below

NIYATA: unchanging, fixed, continuous, perpetual, constant, regular, intention, destiny

NIYATI: fate, destiny

NIYAMA: the five rules to be followed

NIYANTÁ: controller

NIYANTRAKA: controller

NIYE: take

NIRAKHA: to see, to notice

NIRATA: engaged, attached, employed, engrossed, absorbed, devoted

NIRAPEKŚA: impartial, unbiased, unprejudiced, independent, disinterest, categorical

NIRAVADHI: eternal, all the time, beyond the time factor, unlimited, endless, perpetual, unlimited, endless, boundless, constant

NIRASAN: removal, mitigation, refutation, redressing, protection from, covering


NIRÁBHÁS: (1) that undergoes no reflection or refraction and (2) that Great, Who cannot be visualised within worldly finite entities

NIRÁMAYA: cure, health

NIRÁLÁ: lonely, solitary, secluded, private, secret

NIRÁSH: hopeless, despair, despondency, dejection

NIRÁSHÁ: hopelessness, pessimism, disappointment, frustration, despair, despondency

NIRIKH: value, price, rate

NIRUDDHA: confined, besieged, bolted, closed, choked, obstructed, checked, stopped, halted

NIRGATA: emitted, emanated

NIRGANDHA: odourless, without fragrance

NIRGUŃA: beyond all the attributes, objectless, without attribute, pure consciousness

NIRGUŃA BRAHMA: Unsubjectivated Transcendental Entity

NIRGHOŚA: announcement, roaring sound

NIRJAN: desolate, lonely, solitary, solitude, isolated, seclusion

NIRJHAR: fountain, cataract, fall, water fall

NIRAINJANA: spotless, pure, untarnished, immaculate, stainless, clean

NIRDAY: unkind, cruel

NIRDAYATÁ: unkindness, cruelty

NIRDAYATVA: unkindness, cruelty

NIRNIMEŚA: unwinking, steadfast

NIRBÁDHA: unobstructed

NIRBHAY: fearless

NIRMAMA: affection-less, merciless

NIRMAL: clean, pure

NIRMÁŃA: construction, manufacture

NIRMITA: created, made, manufactured

NIRMÚLA: uprooted

NIRMUKTA: liberated

NIRMOK: slough, armor, whole skin, external skin or covering

NIRYÁTAN: oppression, persecution, tormenting, vengeance, restoring, delivering, payment of debt, gift, retaliation, revenge, killing, slaughter

NIRYÁTITA: oppressed

NIRYÁS: essence, fragrance, extract, exudation

NIRVÁK: silent, speechless

NIRVÁŃA: emancipation

NIRVIKÁRA: having no antipathy to anything, immutable, unchanging, unperturbed, unruffled, indifferent, unmoved, callous, calm, pure

NIRVISHEŚA: without attributes

NIL: stationary, fixed

NILAY: home

NILÁJA: without shyness or shame, unashamed, forward, brazen, barefaced, blatant, unabashed


NIVAN / NIVI: quench, extinguish

NIVIŔ: extremely close, dense

NIVIŔATÁ: closeness, proximity, density

NIVU NIVU: about to be extinguished

NIVRITTI: cessation, termination, disappearance, suspension, discontinuance, beatitude, inactivity, return, completion, finishing of desires, detachment or the waning of desires, propensity or tendency

NIVEDANA: prayer, request, presentation, appeal, entreaty, solicitation

NISHÁ, night

NISHÁNÁ: destination beacon, signal

NISHCITA / NISHCAYA: sure, definite, certain

NISHCHIDRA / NIRVILVA: hole-less, gapless, solid


NIŚÁDA: sound of elephant, hunter

NIŚIKTA: wet, soaked, drenched

NIŚKALUŚA: pure, free from guilt or sin

NIŚT́HÁ: firm faith, strong reverence, devoutness, adherence

NIŚT́HURA: merciless, cruel

NIŚPATTI: solution, accomplishment, execution, settlement, attainment, to derive

NIŚPANDA: motionless

NIŚPRABHA: without glow or luminosity, dull

NIŚPHAL: without any fruit or result

NIŚYANDA: essence, exudation, oozed

NISUDANA: killing, destroying

NISTARAUNGA: without waves or vibration, still, calm, tranquil

NISTABDHA: completely motionless, calm, silent

NISTEJA: dull, not sharp

NIHÁRIKÁ: nebula

NIHITA: located within

NIHSHVÁSA: exhalation, breathing, respiration

NIHSVA: selfless, ego-less

NIITI: guidance, directions, management, conduct, behaviour, propriety, decorum, policy, prudence, plan, scheme, wisdom, morality, ethics, philosophy

NIIŔA: nest

NIIRA: water

NIIRADA: cloud

NIIRAVA, silent, without sound or voice



NIILA: blue, azure or sky colour, sky

NIILÁMBAR: blue sky, blue cloth

NIILÁMBUDHI: blue ocean


NIILIMÁ: blue, azure or sky colour, sky

NIIHÁR: dew, snow, ice


NÚPUR: anklet, ankle bell

NÚYECHI: bowed down

NÚŔI: pebble

NEŔAN: bare, shaven head, tonsured, 

NEVA: to finish, end, complete

NEVÁN: to extinguish

NEVE / NEME: to take, to descend

NESHÁ: intoxication

NAERÁTMERI: selfless

NAEVEDYA: oblation, libation, offerings for a divinity on the altar, sweet eatables meant for offering


NYAGRODHA: banyan tree

NYASTA: entrusted, given, put, fixed

NYÁSA: (associated with ritualistic worships) placing, planting, impression, markings, depositing, pledge, writing, painting, giving up, assigning

NYÚJA / NYUBJA: bent, hunch-backed, bent forward

NOTUN: new

NONÁ: salty, saline

NAO: nine

NAOKÁ: boat

NAOROJ: a type of flower, new-year day festivity