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.
in Hindu mythology, race of serpent demons, offspring of Kaduru, guardians of the under-regions; 1785, from Sanskrit naga "serpent, snake," of unknown origin.