le

suffix denoting pluralExample: My friend. – My friends = Ka hawi. – Ka hawile

mi

suffix, indicating the object of the sentence (???)Example: What you said is good = Na chinmi bia a ttha

nak

suffix for making verbal form into noun formExample: to love – love = dawt – datwnak

pang

side of something – Example: Wall. – Cliff, precipice = Vampang. – Lungpang

pawl

indicates pluralExample: Students = Siangngakchia pawl

pi

suffix, in general to denote maturity, mature female fit for wifeExample: Wife. – Hen. – Sow. – Cow = Nupi. – Arpi. – Vokpi. – Cawpi

pi

suffix, in general to denote (adj.): large, big, greatExample: A large country. – Big crowd. – Great king = Rampi. – Mipi. – Bawuipi

pi

suffix, in general to denote (adj.): chief, principal, main, permanentExample: Principal town/village/city. – Main road. – Main building = Khuapi. – Lampi. – Innpi

pi

suffix, in general to denote (adverbs): the ide of greatness in size, degree, numberExample: A very large number of people. – A very big man = Mi tampi. – Mi nganpi