Nasi recalls once arriving early at the office to hear Bernie, who must have assumed they were alone, screaming at his brother.
Unlike Nasi, who later went to college, most staff were barely educated bridge-and-tunnel types.
One of these, styled prince (Nasi), was the chief and the president of the court.
The head of the Academy was called Nasi (prince), also Patriarch.
Verruca obliterata in bucca dextra et alia in Nasi dextro latere.
By the Jews he was esteemed and venerated as their prince (Nasi).
Nasi and some of the worst characters would sit scowling not far off, or follow us with loaded muskets.
After we had sailed, a band of our young Native Christians held a consultation over the case of Nasi.
The next step was to induce the newly-elected Nasi to give up his dignity, upon which he had only just entered.
The rice, too, was burned, and no one could eat it— Nasi pun hangus ta lalu (or buleh) orang makan.