pa₂ conj then, in order to, so that iꞌtunin pe ɨwesi pa so that you are as one knowing him Miyarɨ parɨ kanau akɨ iꞌnawon yaꞌ parɨ. Mɨrɨpan ɨpunwerʉi kon enoꞌma kon pa tuna kaꞌ moroꞌ amʉꞌ aꞌsi kon pa. Carry the boat farther, deeper, in order to cast your nets into the water in order to catch many fish.
pa₃ n 1a sweet, a candy Kuyapoꞌ ipa yeꞌ the toucan fruit tree - a tree with small red fruits that are a favorite of toucans 2anything sweet to eat
paaraipu n a variety of snake
pai (poss: aꞌpai₁) n 1point Ɨꞌrɨ ꞌpai yau toꞌ nesii? At what point were they? 2stretch along a river 3place along a river
paiki (poss: apaikii) n bag, sack, pack
Pairamen nprop the name given to a small creek on the Upper Mazaruni bottom-side from Jawalla, on the left side going down-river
paisin (var: paisima) n poison
paiwa (poss: apaiwarʉ) n a relatively strong form of the traditional cassava drink
paiwatʉpu n a variety of tree, candlewood tree Euphorbia antisphyllitica
pakaꞌ n a variety of small, red bird with white on back and tail, known for its beauty
pakara n 1a small bag used to carry matches on a trip 2a type of bag carried by piyai'ma (a mythical giant) to carry things in 3a type of disease that causes a bag, or inflammation of something under the arm
paꞌko₁ nom something small Paꞌko pe kanau esi. The boat is small.