|Usage||2023: Core (100% ↗ )|
2022: Core (99%)
|Book and era||nimi pu|
|Part of speech||Content word|
nasin is a core content word relating to physical ways, as well as ways of doing things.
Semantic space[edit | edit source]
The semantic space of nasin includes physical ways used for travel, such as paths and roads; as well as ways of doing things, such as methods, customs, and doctrines.
Meta usage[edit | edit source]
That said, nothing about this nasin toki is unusual.
pu[edit | edit source]
NOUN way, custom, doctrine, method, path, road
ku[edit | edit source]
road5, norm2, guideline2 , style2 , regular2 , procedure2 , protocol2 , order2 , plan2 , channel2 , routine2 , strategy2 , pattern2 , theme2 , composition2 , policy2 , angle2 , tendency2, way5 , doctrine5 , method5 , path5 , avenue4 , manner4 , route4 , direction4 , street4 , trail4 , orientation4 , mode4 , technique4 , system3 , layout3 , course3 , passage3 , process3 , track3 , format3 , ideology3 , tactic3 , custom3 , aisle3 , journey3 , lane3
sitelen pona[edit | edit source]
The sitelen pona glyph for nasin () represents a path, with an arrow through the middle indicating its direction.
sitelen sitelen[edit | edit source]
The sitelen sitelen glyph for nasin is derived from a stylized and "bubblified" version of the Chinese character 道 (Pinyin: dào), meaning "path". This additionally relates to the Toki Pona philosophy of Taoism.