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pata, n. stone, rock, boulder
pataketo, n. inanimate gender (gramm.)
patamau, n. saltpetre
patareyu, n. petroleum, mineral oil
pateta, v. attach, fasten
pati, n. terraced field
pato, adj. frozen, immobile
patoere, n. star, fixed star (as opposed to planets)
patota, v. freeze (itr.), become immobile
patotata, v. freeze (tr.), immobilise
patu, adj. solid
patuta, v. solidify (itr.), freeze
patutata, v. solidify (tr.)
pau, n. gourd pipes, a wind instrument like pungi or hulusi
pava, n. hegemon, hegemonic queen
pavi (1), n. river bank
pavi (2), n. landing-place, wharf
pavi (3), n. flight of steps to water, embankment
pavo, n. gourd, calabash (plant, fruit)
pavuta, v. bark (of a dog); scold (colloq.)
paya, n. radiance, splendour, glory
payaña, n. lunch, midday meal
paye, n. ebb, low tide
payeta, v. ebb
payi, n. sieve, strainer, filter
payita, v. sieve, strain, filter
payo, n. nut
payu, n. day, Rireinu day (22h 24min)
payuako, n. date (calendar)
payuta, v. date
pe, pron. they (masculine 3rd person plural)
pea, n. family, lineage
peaime, n. surname
peakave, n. relative, kinsperson
peakaveime, n. kinship term
peakaveru, n. kinship
pehu (1), n. eyelid (colloq.) (compound form)
pehu (2), n. mole, birthmark
peka, n. swine; sow
peko, adj. tame, domesticated
pekota, v. tame, domesticate
peku, n. thumb
peme, adj. soft
pemepupi, n. stuffed toy
pemi, adj. kind, gentle
pemiru, n. kindness, gentleness
peña, n. head, end
pena, n. shrub, bush
peñamivi, n. capital (city)
peñe, n. capital (fin.), principal (of loan)
peneta, v. stay, remain
peni, n. dog, bitch
peniño, n. puppy
peño, n. satellite; attendant (obs.)
pepe, n. male dog
pepi, pp. toward, against
pera, n. spear, javelin
pere, n. soup
peri, n. labrys, double-bitted axe
peri (2), n. currency unit of Rireinu.
perita, v. chop, cut down, cut with an axe
pero, n. inebriation, drunkenness
peroko, adj. drunk, inebriated
perota, v. get drunk, become inebriated
peru, n. boar, male swine
pese, n. home
peseñara, adj. homely, homelike
pesetee, n. domestic chore, housework
peseteñeye, n. homework, assignment
pesi, n. nest
peso, n. yard, land around the house
pesu, n. cave
petake, n. tangent (math.)
petapi, n. button (instr.), key (instr.)
petapikuna, n. keyboard
petata, v. touch, abut, be in physical contact with; apply, concern
pete (1), n. manganese, Mn
pete (2), n. touch (sense)
petemimu, n. sense of touch
peteta, v. touch, feel sth on your skin, passive touch
peteteta, v. touch, feel with the skin, active touch
petevuvo, n. feeler, antenna (zool.)
peto, n. concrete (building material)
petu, n. cycad
petuta, v. feel like
peu, n. play
peuta, v. play
pevita, v. (itr.) spread, extend, expand; be scattered, dispersed
pevu, n. game, sport, contest, race
peyo, n. small blue nature spirit
peyu, n. sauce with meat, fish or vegetable; stew
peyupito, n. stew bowl
peyuta, v. slurp, eat noisily
piha, n. picture, image; photograph (colloq.)
pihapi, n. camera (colloq.)
piharo, n. description
pihata, v. picture, depict, make a picture
pihataro, n. illustration
pihatata, v. illustrate
pihaya, n. photographer, cameraperson

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