See also: на, на-, -ња, and -на

BelarusianEdit

PronunciationEdit

ParticleEdit

ня (nja)

  1. Alternative form of не (nje): not (in pre-tonal positions)
    Нічо́га до́брага я ў гэ́тым ня ба́чу.Ničóha dóbraha ja ŭ hétym nja báču.I don't see anything good in it

Usage notesEdit

  • By some standards and conventions не (nje) is always written, even if it's pronounced as ня (nja).
  • ня (nja) can sometimes be replaced with не (nje) but не (nje) can't be replaced with ня (nja) if it's not in a pre-tonal position, for example:
    1. я ня ве́даю (ja nja vjédaju) = я не ве́даю (ja nje vjédaju)
    2. я ня разуме́ю (ja nja razumjéju) = я не разуме́ю (ja nje razumjéju)
  • ня (nja) can't replace не (nje) in any stressed position or as an adverb no (word used to indicate disagreement or negative)

MokshaEdit

EtymologyEdit

Plural of тя (tja, this), the same suppletion can be seen in several other Uralic languages, compare Finnish nämä (these) : tämä (this).[1]

PronounEdit

ня (nja)

  1. indefinite plural nominative of тя (tja); these

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Serebrennikov, B. A. (1967) Istoričeskaja morfologija mordovskix jazykov [Historical morphology of the Mordvinic languages] (in Russian), Moskva, page 47

RussianEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [nʲa]
  • (file)

InterjectionEdit

ня (nja)

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