The Russian term "v, na, o" matches the English term "on"

other russian words that include "na" : english :
v, na, kto-to a
nad, naverkhu, naverkh above
bezvihkhodnihj, beznadëzhnihj, bezihskhodnihj abysmal
bezdna abyss
zenitnaya artil l eriya ack ack
antenna aerial
anal ogichnihj analogous
anal ogiya analogy
anal izirovat’ analyse
anal iz analysis
anal iticheskij analytic
anal iticheskij analytical
anarkhicheskij anarchic
anarkhicheskij anarchical
anarkhizm anarchism
anarkhicheskij anarchist
anarkhiya, beznachal ie anarchy
anatomicheskij anatomical
anatom anatomist
anatomiya anatomy
antenna antenna
zenitnaya artil l eriya anti aircraft guns
obez’yana ape
arena arena
Argentina Argentina
arsenal armoury
arsenal arsenal
podnimat’sya, podnyat’sya, zabirat’sya v, zabrat’sya v, zabirat’sya na, zabrat’sya na ascend
v, k, na, okol o, u at
atomnaya bomba atom bomb
banan banana
znat’ be acquainted with
busina bead
nazihvat’sya, nazvat’sya be called
nachal o beginning
nazihvat’, nazvat’ call
Kanada Canada
kanal canal
avtomashina, avtomobil ‘ car
komnata chamber
kanal channel
bezdna chasm
podnimat’sya, podnyat’sya, zabirat’sya v, zabrat’sya v, zabirat’sya na, zabrat’sya na climb
nachal o commencement
nal ozhit’ arest na confiscate
derevnya, strana country
Dunaj Danube
bezvihkhodnihj, beznadëzhnihj, bezihskhodnihj desperate
anatomirovat’ dissect
buzina elder
nakhodit’, najti find
pervihj, snachal a first
snachal a firstly
snachal a first of all
Gana Ghana
bezdna gulf
pol ovina half
vetchina ham
Gavana Havana
ona her
nadeyat’sya hope
kartina image
v, na in
zazhigatel ‘naya bomba incendiary bomb
v, na inside
nastaivat’, nastoyat’ insist
v, na into
znat’ know
znat’ know how
strana land
nal ozhit’ arest na lay a distress upon
nizhnaya chast’ ruki lower arm
Monako Monaco
obez’yana monkey
l una moon
baranina mutton
kto-to, odin, odna, odno one
naverkhu on top
nad over
naverkhu overhead
kartina painting
v, na per
kartina picture
ananas pineapple
buzhenina pork
bezdna precipice
beremennaya pregnant
uznavat’, uznat’ recognize
komnata room
zabirat’sya v, zabrat’sya v, zabirat’sya na, zabrat’sya na scale
nal ozhit’ arest na seize
ona she
vesna, prihgat’, prihgnut’ spring
vesna springtime
nachal o start
biht’ s na tih thee and thou
v, k, na to
v, k, na toward
v, k, na towards
naverkh up
naverkh uphill
protiv, o, na upon
naverkhu upstairs
naverkh upwards
v, na within
beremennaya with young


Even in Space
It is the most widely adopted language in Eurasia. Chinese beats out Russian with the sheer numbers of speakers it has. But Russia has the widest geographical reach. Russian is such an important language that during the Space Race, learning the language became part of Astronaut training. This is still true today as Russian is a language of the International Space Station.
Starts with A
Russian does not have a lot of words that start with “A.” It’s been almost a rule going back to early times. Most native Russian words don’t start with A. There are a few exceptions like “alphabet” and “perhaps.” But other than that, if you see a Russian word that starts with “A,” the chances are that it’s a foreign word imported into the language.