noun, plural Na·gas, (especially collectively) Na·ga for 1.
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A populous fertile district.The next day at noon I left Naga on horseback.The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes|Toms de Comyn
As some of the Naga tribes are seen habitually in that state, the name was arbitrarily applied to them all.
Konoma was still unfortified, and a few days would have sufficed to capture it, and place the Naga Hills at our feet.
This is the only explanation I ever had of the curious fact that most of the Naga tribes wear a long tuft behind, like Hindoos.
The Naga tribes of Assam celebrate their funeral feasts month by month, laying food and drink on the graves of the departed.