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        ná, [㧱]/[拏], old variant of 拿[ná], variant of 拿[ná], to hold/to seize/to catch/to apprehend/t...
        názǒu, to take away
        Jiānádà, Canada/Canadian
        náxià, to arrest/to capture/to seize/to win (a set, a game etc)
        náshǒu, expert in/good at
        Nápòlún, [拿破侖]/[拿破崙], variant of 拿破崙|拿破仑[Ná pò lún], Napoleon (name)/Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), E...
        Bānámǎ, [巴拿馬], Panama
        sāngná, sauna (loanword)
        Méngdàná, Montana, US state
        zhuōná, to arrest/to catch a criminal
        Násǎlè, Nazareth (in Biblical Palestine)
        jīná, [緝拿], to arrest/to seize
        Méngdànázhōu, Montana, US state
        Násāo, [拿騷], Nassau, capital of The Bahamas
        náchū, to take out/to put out/to provide/to put forward (a proposal)/to come up with (e...
        shínájiǔwěn, [十拿九穩], extremely certain/ninety percent sure
        zhuōnáguīàn, [捉拿歸案], to bring to justice
        tuīná, tui na (form of Chinese manual therapy)
西         Mòxīná, Messina, Sicilian city
        BānámǎChéng, [巴拿馬城], Panama City
        nárén, making things awkward/to cause difficulties/to exert influence/to attract
        yībǎsǐná, stubborn/inflexible
        Yàmǐnádá, [亞米拿達], Amminadab (son of Ram)
        dàinámǎitè, [代拿買特], dynamite (loanword)
        JiānádàTàipíngyángtiělù, [加拿大太平洋鐵路], Canadian Pacific railway
        JiānádàHuángjiā, HMCS (Her Majesty's Canadian Ship)/prefix for Canadian Navy Vessels
        JiānádàHuángjiāhǎijūn, [加拿大皇家海軍], Royal Canadian Navy RCN
        tūnná, tuna (loanword)
        tūnnáyú, [吞拿魚], tuna (loanword)
        Shènghèlēiná, [聖赫勒拿], St Helena
        ShèngHèlènáDǎo, [聖赫勒拿島], Saint Helena
西         MòxīnáHǎixiá, [墨西拿海峽], Strait of Messina between Calabria and Sicily
        shìbāná, (dialect) spanner (loanword)
        duōnázī, doughnut (loanword)
        bānáfēn, paraffin/variant of 石蠟|石蜡[shí là]
        BānámǎYùnhé, [巴拿馬運河], Panama Canal
        shǒunábāo, clutch bag
        jūná, to arrest
        nábùzhǔn, in doubt/unsure of sth/unable to decide/indecisive
        nábùchūshǒu, not presentable/shoddy and too embarrassing to show
        nábudòng, [拿不動], to be unable to carry/lift (sth heavy)
        názhǔyi, to make a decision/to make up one's mind
        náqiáo, [拿喬], pretentious/striking a pose
        Náémǐ, Naomi (name)
        náchūshǒu, not presentable/not fit to be seen in company
        nábàn, [拿辦], to arrest for punishment
        nádà, to put on airs/self-important/high and mighty
        nádàdǐng, [拿大頂], to do a handstand
        nádeqǐfàngdexià, to be adaptable to circumstances (idiom)
        náshǒucài, specialty (dish)
        nániē, to grasp/(dialect) affecting shyness/coy/to create difficulties
        nábǔ, to detain/to apprehend/to capture
        námówēn, [拿摩溫], see 那摩溫|那摩温[nà mó wēn]
        náquán, [拿權], to hold power/in the driving seat
        nálái, [拿來], to bring/to fetch/to get
        nájiàzi, to throw one's weight around/to put on airs
        názhejīmáodànglìngjiàn, [拿著雞毛當令箭], to wave a chicken feather as a token of authority (idiom); to assume unwarranted...
        Nápòlún·Bōnábā, [拿破崙・波拿巴], Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France 1804-1815
        Násuǒ, Nassau, capital of Bahamas (Tw)
        náhuò, [拿獲], to capture/to apprehend
        náqǐ, to pick up
        nátiě, [拿鐵], latte (loanword)
        nátiěkāfēi, [拿鐵咖啡], latte (coffee)/café latte
        nádǐng, [拿頂], to do a handstand
        Náshùn, [拿順], Nashon (son of Amminadab)
        xiéxìnácū, [挾細拿粗], to provoke
        bǔná, to arrest/to capture/to catch
        Bōnábā, Bonaparte (name)/Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821), Emperor of France 1804-1815
        gǒunáhàozi, lit. a dog who catches mice/to be meddlesome (idiom)
西         Mǎnáxī, [瑪拿西], Manasseh (son of Hezekiah)
        guānánà, [瓜拿納], guarana (Paullinia cupana)
        wěnná, [穩拿], a sure gain/sth one is sure to obtain
        Yuēnáshū, [約拿書], Book of Jonah
        Mǎnáguā, [馬拿瓜], Managua, capital of Nicaragua (Tw)

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