The earliest inhabitants, according to the Rajatarangini, were the people called Naga, a word which signifies “snake.”
That must have been a Naga, Pete, from the size of it, and having men on board.
Phra opposed flames far more active and destructive than those of the Naga.
Here, and at Naga not far off, are the remains of the temples of the Can-daces, great buildings of semi-barbaric Egyptian style.
Konoma was still unfortified, and a few days would have sufficed to capture it, and place the Naga Hills at our feet.
Naga ayom-ayom sia lamang (he manages it) sa dacong cacugui.
The Naga, vanquished, gave up the contest, and left to Buddha the undisputed possession of the cook-room during the whole night.
They had vowed to slay Iravat, son of Arjuna and the Naga princess.
Then the Naga king delivered up the magic jewel, and the rajah returned with it.
Hoping against hope, however, he brought forth a Naga—a Rusa.
in Hindu mythology, race of serpent demons, offspring of Kaduru, guardians of the under-regions; 1785, from Sanskrit naga "serpent, snake," of unknown origin.