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.i na nei - since the nei means that sentence, it seems to be negating itself. However, in jbocre: 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!