Rireinutire Dictionary
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pipi, adj. sick, ill
pipihi, n. hospital
pipiru, n. sickness, disease
pipita, v. be sick
pipiya, n. patient
pira, adj. hollow
pire, n. basket
piri (1), n. savoury snack; delicacy
piri (2), n. bag
piriro, n. lick
pirita, v. lick
piro, n. worm
piroreva, n. wormhole
piru, n. funeral
piruho, n. mourning
piruta, v. mourn, perform funeral rites
pisa, n. a large bony fish, similar to yellowtail tuna
pisi, adj. short
pisiyeni, n. shortyear, Minaere calendar year that is only 490 local days
pisu, n. dust
pite, n. arch
pitekuna, n. arcade
piti, adv. about, approximately
pito, n. bowl, eating bowl
piu, interj. bah! humbug!
pive, n. cloud
piveñara, adj. cloudy
piyata, v. keep, hold
poho, n. cup, drinking bowl
pohopiñi, n. cupbearer, bartender
poi, n. taro
poka, n. address, information, trace, track, clue
pokasune, n. keyword
poke, n. Poke, goddess of beginnings and endings, depicted with two faces
poku, n. standard unit of mass (125 g).
pomi, n. altar
pomo, n. rotten, rottenness
pomota, v. rot (itr.)
pomotata, v. rot sth (tr.)
poña, n. fish sauce
poñe, adj. sincere, dedicated, with honest intention
poni, n. rainbow
poño, n. cup, shot glass
poñu, n. cup, unit of volume (125 ml)
ponu, n. rice spirit, distilled kiyu
popa, n. envy, jealousy
popata, v. burn, be on fire; envy, be jealous
popita, v. burn sth; cause envy, make jealous
popo, n. barbarian; (hist.) a nomadic people
pora, n. cheek (face)
pore, n. half; side, party (in a dispute); side (in a game)
porehasa, n. halftime
porehuhu, n. half stop, punctuation mark used within a sentence (·)
poreperi, n. single-bitted axe
poresañe, n. peninsula
poreta, v. favour, side with
poreteta, v. defend
poretota, v. halve (tr.), divide in two
poretuta, v. halve, be divided in two (itr.)
pori, n. pencil
poro, n. lead, Pb
poru, n. political party
posa, n. defeat
posi, adj. smooth
posita, v. smooth, smooth down
pota, v. get beaten; suffer defeat
potasa, n. punishment
potaso, n. place of punishment, whipping post
potata, v. beat up, strike; defeat; punish
potatata, v. cause to beat; sentence, order punishment
pote, n. staff, rod
poti, n. cane
potikuna, n. fasces: a bundle of canes with a labrys, symbol of police
potipiñi, n. police 'cane bearer'
poto, n. stripe
potopu, adj. striped
povata, v. shove, push roughly
poya, n. girl, daughter, child
poyase, adj. girly, girlish; boisterous, athletic
poyasoiro, n. consonant
puha, n. trail, trace
puhaaña, n. dessert
puhakaru, n. afterbirth
puhanaña, n. trailer
puhañuta, v. copy, imitate
puhata, v. track, trace
puhe, adj. meta-
puho, pp. later, after (in time)
puhoho, adv. late, not on time
puhosune, n. postposition (ling.)
puhu, n. wind
puhuñara, adj. windy
puhuta, v. blow (of wind)
puhutaro, n. ventilation, airing
puhutata, v. air, air out, ventilate
pui, adj. trans-
puka, n. push
pukata, v. push
puke, n. branch, limb
puketa, v. branch

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