na nei

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.i na nei - since the nei means that sentence, it seems to be negating itself. However, in What does it mean?, it was discussed that in fact it means "This sentence would be false without the na." This is related to the A double negative remains negative gotcha.

Sans the na, the sentence is false. Sans the na, the sentence is .i nei - referring to the WHOLE sentence, na and all!