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Naga

1

[ nah-gah ]

noun

, plural Na·gas, (especially collectively) Na·ga
  1. a member of any of the disparate tribal peoples of Nagaland and bordering areas of Myanmar (Burma).
  2. any of the Tibeto-Burman languages spoken by the Naga.


Naga

2

[ nah-gah ]

noun

  1. a city on E Cebu, in the S central Philippines.

Naga

/ ˈnɑːɡə /

noun

  1. NagasNaga a member of a people of NE India and W Myanmar: until the early 20th century they practised head-hunting
  2. the language of this people, belonging to the Sino-Tibetan family of languages and having many dialects


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Example Sentences

Naga, thank you so much for joining us today on the Business Lab.

About an hour and a halfʼs drive from Cebú City there is the little town of Naga, the environs of which are extremely pretty.

And answering, "Fear not," he entered into the midst of the fire and beheld a mighty Naga lying in coils.

And saying this, that Naga then gave unto Nala two pieces of celestial cloth.

Then the Naga king delivered up the magic jewel, and the rajah returned with it.

The heroic Ape extended his bulk, but the Naga hag opened wider and wider her jaws to prevent him passing.

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