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pidili~fagewaunspec. var.pidiliIDIOMbeat him until crooked, tohaba ya pidili~fagewa.He will beat him until crooked (very severely).
pidipidili1club2stick used for hitting
pidu1nspear, for fishingegu pidu kiukiu yo galasi ye abidi, be ye lau ye galasi.I took my little spear and my goggles, and I went diving with my goggles.2nfishing spearEgu pidu E beya afulen. Walahisa esega E gwali.I shot my fishing spear. I speared one prawn.3Vinspearfishing, to go
pigan1horseflyNawalahi matana o ati'atipuna yai mate piga sa ita-lau, ena an ota'ota yai.On the face of the moon, or in the middle, people see a horsefly, the place where he landed.2horseflies na piga sa failofolofo'edi.and the horseflies were flying around each other.1.6Animal1.6.1.7Insect
pikakanswift“Laiyon” tamotamowanana mate in ya pikaka wananahana, habahim tamotamowanana.The male lion is very swift compared to a man.Doga wunuina mate ahedi edi pikaka.For killing people their legs are swift.
pili1n1confusion2mix-up3difficultyTaumoho dabidabina te fafalibana hige ena pili somo, moho tawa, "Em heyaheyaya sa ofi,"As for this paralyzed man, what is its difficulty said to be, (if) only we say, 'Your sins are finished?'
pili2n1pile2mixed upEmi pili mate, egu pili sa gana fafata'i'ili, na sa dulu lau lisina.эAs for your bundles (of wheat), they made a 'fence' all around my bundle, and they bowed down to it.
pili3nbundleMuli yai, pilidi wa maihala yai sa fa'obiyo gogonidi, be sa pitali.Afterwards they put the bundles out in the sun, and stood them up together so that they would get dry.stem: pili; 3p: pilidi
pili4Vtrbundle it, toDodoga wa witi sa ibo fa'ofidi, be se pilidi.The people finished cutting the wheat, and then they bundled it.
pili esega1NP1one bundle2one pile
pili esega2Vinbundled together, to be
pilidi1nbundlesMuli yai, pilidi wa maihala yai sa fa'obiyo gogonidi, be sa pitali.Afterwards they put the bundles out in the sun, and stood them up together so that they would get dry.Compare verb form {pilidi} "they pile them.}
pilidi2Vtrbundle them, toCompare noun form {pili} and {pilidi}.
Pilipin1Philip2PhilipPilipi Yesu alinana ya bui fuyoi, iyebom, "K200 haba te fapaisowa, be fwalawa te une'une,Philip answered Jesus again, and he said, "We will use 200 Kina to buy bread."3Philip(Helodiya) Ya fai, na hige i mode mate hidana Pilipi lahuna.Herod married her, and he wasn't at all concerned that she was Philip's wife.Heloda tasina Pilipi mate Ituleya yo Takonido nuꞌudi edi Baꞌisa. Herod's younger brother Philip was the ruler of Iturea and Trachonitis.
pilipili2n1mix-uppilipili ou'ouli ya dem~motudi. then it breaks through all of the problems (mix-ups).2problems3confusionNuwamiu ena pilipili doha somo?What is confused in your minds?4problem
pilipilidai1nstoryov. syndedena 1stolistoliwasa1 1unspec. var. ofwasa-2nlegend3ntale4dummyfairy tale5dummystory, legend6dummystory7dummylegendMate egu pilipilidai ofina.With that my story is finishedNa yau egu pilipilidai hudo'i. Oyagi hudo'i galina yai E ti'eti'e,And this is one of my stories, I was peeking into the hole of a certain tree.
Pilipilidainstory
pilipilidainan1its storyov. syndede2 1dededena 1fatili1 1liba2 1wasa1 1unspec. var. ofwasa-wasana 12story, its
Pilipilidainanstory, its
pilipilinidi1bundle s.th. (to)2bundles (to make)Bena haga mahudo'ida gabu yai witi te pilipilinidi.We should all make bundles of wheat in the garden.
PiliponPhillip
pilipountrousersTubatuba yai yeee--, hidagu ana pilipou ya taufahi.While the swimming continued, my friends trousers came off.
pilisiman1npoliceman Pilisiman hesana Lafuyawe, in tu'a dodogadi hinaga ya laufidima. The policeman's name was Lafuyawe, and he is the one who also brought the mountain people down (to the valley)2policemenhaba tau fakilaino dogana ya felen, be pilisiman haba ai nimadi ya tolem.[He] will give you to the judge, and then he will put you in the hands of the policemen.See alternative spelling {polisiman}.
pinatnpeanutArachis hypogea L.; Plant family: Fabaceae.5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsAlternative pronunciation is {pinati}.