U+0DB1, න
SINHALA LETTER DANTAJA NAYANNA
[unassigned: U+0DB2]

[U+0DB0]
Sinhala
[U+0DB3]

TranslingualEdit

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ParticleEdit

  1. Sinhala script form of na
    • 2006, The First Book in the Suttanta-Pitaka: Dīgha-Nikāya (I)[1], page 90:
      17. ‘‘එවං වුත‍්තෙ භන‍්තෙ පූරණො කස‍්සපො මං එතදවොච: කරොතො ඛො මහාරාජ කාරයතො ඡින්‍දතො ඡෙදාපයතො පචතො පාචයතො සොචයතො සොචාපයතො කිලමයතො කිලමාපයතො ඵන්‍දයතො ඵන්‍දාපයතො පාණමතිපාතයතො අදින‍්නං ආදියතො සන්‍ධිං ඡින්‍දතො නිල‍්ලොපං හරතො එකාගාරිකං කරොතො පරිපන්‍ථෙ තිට‍්ඨතො පරදාරං ගච‍්ඡතො මුසා භණතො කරොතො කරීයති පාපං.
      17. ‘‘Evaṃ vutte, bhante, pūraṇo kassapo maṃ etadavoca: ‘karoto kho, mahārāja, kārayato, chindato chedāpayato, pacato pācayato, socayato socāpayato, kilamayato kilamāpayato, phandayato phandāpayato, pāṇamatipātayato, adinnaṃ ādiyato, sandhiṃ chindato, nillopaṃ harato, ekāgārikaṃ karoto, paripanthe tiṭṭhato, paradāraṃ gacchato, musā bhaṇato, karoto na karīyati pāpaṃ.
      17. Then, Lord, Pūrana Kassapa said to meː “To him who acts, O king, or causes another to act, to him who mutilates or causes another to mutilate, to him who burns or causes another to burn, to him who causes grief or torment, to him who causes weariness or causes another to cause weariness, to him who agitates or causes another to agitate, to him who kills a living creature, who takes what is not given, who breaks into houses, who commits dacoity, or robbery, or highway robbery, or adultery, or who speaks lies, to him thus acting there is no guilt.

AdjectiveEdit

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

DeclensionEdit

PronounEdit

 m

  1. Sinhala script form of na (“him, it, that”)
    • 2006, The Fifth Book in the Suttanta-Pitaka: Majjhimanikāya (II)[2], page 558:
      පුන ච පරං භන‍්තෙ, ඉමෙ ඉසිදත‍්තපුරාණා ථපතයො මමභත‍්තා
      මමයානා අහං නෙසං ජීවිතස‍්ස පදාතා යසස‍්ස ආහත‍්තා අථ ච පන
      නො තථා මයි නිපච‍්චාකාරං කරොන‍්ති යථා භගවති.
      Puna ca paraṃ bhante, ime isidattapurāṇā thapatayo mamabhattā
      mamayānā ahaṃ nesaṃ jīvitassa padātā yasassa āhattā atha ca pana
      no tathā mayi nipaccākāraṃ karonti yathā bhagavati.
      Furthermore, sir, these chamberlains Isidatta and Purāṇa share my meals and my carriages. I give them a livelihood and bring them renown. And yet they don’t show me the same level of devotion that they show to the Buddha.

DeclensionEdit

PronounEdit

 n

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

DeclensionEdit