nō only occurs with the preposition rā. rā NP nō means towards a location along a path. So rā jatōna is ‘to the road’ and rā jatōna nō is ‘along the road’.
rājanō is rā NP nō without a specified location.
ñi liēn rājanō;
I went along [a path].
This particle along with the relational NI denotes motion away from something. So:
ñi liēn rū jahāwekien;
I went [away] from the shore.
Edit: changed rā to rū in the example sentence.
This particle along with the relational NI denotes motion towards something. So:
ñi liēn rā jatōna;
I went to the road.
ñi liēn matāra lā; sele jacē ien ñi masērre cī;
I’ve fallen down! [Someone] help me stand up.
up and down motion, such as in jumping.
ñi liēnne matūrja sū jamūra;
We jumped up and down on the bed.
motion through air, flying
ñi jatū lā;
‘It flies!’ or ‘It has become a flying thing!’