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náānị̄

Translates to
onlyadverb
and nothing more
"I was merely asking"
"it is simply a matter of time"
"just a scratch"
"he was only a child"
"hopes that last but a moment"
without any others being included or involved
"was entirely to blame"
"a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children"
"he works for Mr. Smith exclusively"
"did it solely for money"
"the burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone"
"a privilege granted only to him"
Sentences

Ana m eme nanị ndị chegharịrị site na mmehie ha baptizim, ma onye ka m ukwuu na-abịa. Ọ dị nnọọ ukwuu na etorughị m ibu akpụkpọ ụkwụ ya. Ọ ga-eji Mmụọ Nsọ na ọkụ mee unu baptizim.

I baptize only those who repent of their sins, but who is greater than I am coming. So much so that I was not even able to bear his shoes. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.

Ma Jisọs sịrị ya, “Lee, akwụkwọ nsọ gwara anyị na ọ bụ nanị site nꞌirube isi nꞌokwu Chineke ka mkpụrụ obi mmadụ ga-eji dị ndụ, ọ bụghị site nꞌiri nri.”

But Jesus said to him, "See, the Scripture tells us that the soul of man shall live, not by bread alone, but by the word of God."

Ma Jisọs zara sị ya, “Si nꞌebe m nọ pụọ, ekwensu. Nꞌihi na akwụkwọ nsọ kwuru sị, ‘Ọ bụ nanị Onyenwe gị Chineke ka ị ga-akpọ isi ala nye, nanị ya kwa ka ị ga-efe.’ ”

And Jesus answered and said unto him, Get thee behind me, Satan; For the Scripture says, 'You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve.' ”

Ọ bụrụ nanị ndị hụrụ unu nꞌanya ka unu na-ahụ nꞌanya, gịnị ga-abụ ụgwọ ọrụ unu? Ọ bụladị ndị ọna ụtụ na-eme otu a.

If you love only those who love you, what will be your reward? Even taxpayers do this.

Ọ bụrụkwa na unu na-ekele nanị ndị enyi unu ekele, ọ dịghị ihe ọ bụla dị iche nꞌebe unu na ndị ọzọ nọ. Nꞌihi na ndị na-amaghị Chineke na-emekwa otu ahụ.

And when you say good-bye to just friends, there's no difference between you and others. Because those who do not know God do the same.

“Mgbe ọ bụla unu chọrọ ikpe ekpere, unu emela dị ka ndị ịhụ abụọ, ndị na-ekpe ekpere nꞌakụkụ ụzọ na nꞌime ụlọ ekpere, ebe ndị mmadụ ga-ahụ ha nụkwa ekpere ha, kwuo na ha bụ ndị dị nsọ. Nꞌezie, otuto a bụ nanị ụgwọ ọrụ ha ga-anata.

“Whenever you want to pray, do not be like the two people who pray near the door and in the hall, where people will see them and hear their prayers and say that they are holy. Of course, this praise is their only reward.

Ọ bụ nanị ndị na-amaghị Chineke na-atụfu oge ha iche ihe banyere ihe ndị a. Ọ bụkwa ha ka ihe ndị a na-agụbiga agụụ oke. Kama tụkwasịnụ Chineke obi unu, nꞌihi na ọ maara mkpa unu nile.

Only those who do not know God spend time thinking about these things. It is also up to them that these things go too far. Instead, trust in God, for He knows all your needs.

“Ọ bụghị ndị nile na-akpọ m aha na-asị m ‘Onyenwe anyị, Onyenwe anyị’ ga-abanye nꞌalaeze eluigwe, kama ọ bụ nanị ndị ahụ na-eme ihe Nna m nọ nꞌeluigwe chọrọ ka ha mee.

“Not everyone who calls me by name says 'Lord, Lord' will enter the Kingdom of Heaven, but only those who do what my Father in heaven wants them to do.

Ma ọchịagha ahụ gwara Jisọs okwu sị ya, “Ekwesịghị m ka ị bata nꞌụlọ m. Nanị nọdụ nꞌebe a kwuo okwu, ahụ ga-adịkwa ohu m nwoke ike.

But the officer spoke to Jesus and said, “I do not need you to come into my house. Just sit here and speak, and my servant will feel fine.

Ọ gwara ndị na-eso ụzọ ya okwu sị ha, “Lee na mkpụrụ obi a ga-eritere Chineke nꞌuru dị ukwuu. Ma ndị ga-ezisa ozi ọma bụ nanị mmadụ ole na ole.

He spoke to his disciples, saying: “See how much this soul has to bear. But the good news is only a few.

“Unu atụla egwu ndị pụrụ igbu nanị anụ ahụ unu, ma ha enweghị ike ịmetụ mkpụrụ obi unu aka. Kama onye unu ga-atụ egwu bụ Chineke nanị, onye nwere ike imebi anụ ahụ unu na mkpụrụ obi unu, tụbakwa ha nꞌọkụ ala mmụọ.

“Do not be afraid of those who kill your body, but are not able to touch your soul. Instead, the one whom you should fear is God alone, who can destroy your flesh and your soul and cast them into hell.

Site nꞌoge Jọn omee baptizim malitere izisa ozi ọma ruo ugbu a, ndị ụwa ji ike na-egbochi ọganihu alaeze eluigwe. Ma ọ bụkwa nanị ndị ọ na-anụ ọkụ nꞌobi na-eji ike abanye nꞌime ya.

From the time of John the Baptist began preaching until now, the world has been powerfully hindering the progress of the kingdom of heaven. But it is also the only people with whom he or she has a strong desire to enter it.

A gwara anyị nꞌakwụkwọ nsọ na Devidi na ndị enyi ya banyere nꞌime ụlọ nsọ Chineke rie beredi dị nsọ e ji chụọra Chineke aja. Beredi nke nanị ndị nchụaja kwesịrị iri. Ma Devidi mebiri iwu site nꞌiri beredi ahụ, ya na ndị so ya.

We are told in the Bible that David and his companions ate the sacred bread of God at the temple. Bread that only priests should eat. But David broke the law by eating the bread, together with his men.

Ma Jisọs zara sị ha, “Ọ bụ nanị ajọ mba nke na-enweghị okwukwe ga-achọkwa ka e gosi ha ihe ịrịba ama ọzọ. Ma ọ dịkwaghị ihe ịrịba ama ọzọ a ga-egosi unu karịa ihe ịrịba ama Jona onye amụma.

But Jesus answered them, “Only a wicked faithless nation will have to be seen again. But you will see no sign more than the sign of Jonah the prophet.

Jisọs zara ha sị, “Nanị unu ka ọ dịrị ịghọta ihe omimi nke alaeze Chineke. Emeghị ka ndị ọzọ ghọta ya.

Jesus answered them, “You only have to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God. It was not made clear to others.

Ndị na-eso ụzọ ya sịrị ya, “Ọ bụ nanị ogbe beredi ise na azụ abụọ ka anyị nwere.”

His disciples said to him, "We have only five loaves of bread and two fishes."

Mgbe ndị a lara, Jisọs rigooro nꞌugwu ikpe ekpere, nanị ya. Mgbe oge anyasị ruru, Jisọs nọkwa nꞌugwu ahụ na-ekpe ekpere, nanị ya.

When these people left, Jesus went up to the mountain to pray alone. When evening came, Jesus was in the mountain alone, praying.

Jisọs sịrị nwanyị ahụ, “Ezitere m nanị inyere ndị Juu aka, ndị bụ atụrụ furu efu nke Izirel.”

Jesus said to the woman, "I am sent only to help the Jews, who are lost sheep of Israel."

Ma Jisọs chigharịrị lee Pita anya sị ya, “Si nꞌebe m nọ pụọ, ekwensu! Ị bụ nnọọ ajọ mmadụ nꞌebe m nọ. Nꞌihi na ihe ị na-eche echiche ya bụ nanị echiche mmadụ, ọ bụghị echiche Chineke.”

But Jesus turned to Peter and said, “Depart from me, the devil! You are just too wicked for me. For what you are thinking is, not human thought, but God's. ”

Mgbe ụbọchị isii gafesịrị, Jisọs kpọrọ Pita na Jemes na Jọn rigoro nꞌelu ugwu, ebe nanị ha nọdụrụ.

Six days later, Jesus takes Peter and James and John up into a mountain, and they are alone.

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