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paavborrow/look toƆ kya gyi paa.He is labouring for money.Ɔ paa aterenbi sɔɔ lɔɔri ɔ dɛ ɔ kya wɔra gɛsun.He borrowed money and bought a lorry and he is using it to work.
paadavhold on toƆ paada mɔ-gɛnɔ.He held his mouth (in surprise).
paadɛvburstMɔ-toobo mɔ gi paadɛ.His boil has burst.
pagapaganbutterflyPagapaga kya laarɛ oyii-afototo.Butterfly likes flowers.
palɛvsailA palɛ gikuli kpe Akosombo.We paddled a boat to Akosombo.
panvlackSanwuya-giyaa giŋ kya pan gipatɛɛ.A turtle's foot is never lacking in mud.
panangonwomen under wearNdɛ berɛ akyii mɛŋ ba maa laarɛ panango giwɔra.Women do not like wearing that type of underwear any more.
panpanntemporary shelterA kya son aye-Kosida ɔson mɔ panpan dɔ.Our Sunday worship takes place in temporary shelter.
pantuadja type of plantainPantu kya wɔdɛ gɛpɛlɛ nyɛ apim.Pantu make better fufu that apim.
pantuunshipPantuu kya naa daa nkyu so, (ɔbon belɛ so) ɔ mɛŋ fo sitima.Pantuu sails on waters,it is not as big a ship.
paparapaanKyu kpɛkyɛ mɔ nno i bo paparapaa mɔ taa giwɔɔ mɔ mɔɔ.Use the flat part of the cutlass to kill the snake.
paramnanimal skin that has the hair removed when left to rot to be used for consumptionParam-ipɔ agbankana a bo gikpere.Leftover food of this meat is palatable to eat.
parɛ-parɛnbrilliantly/very whiteMɔ-gɛgbɛ gɛ fuuli parɛ-parɛ.His shirt was a very bright white.
parm-paramvof liquid; very hot boilingNkyu mɔ gi kya fɛdɛɛ faa param-param-param.The water is boiling.
patafɔswinePatafɔ mɛŋ kyɛ taalɛ wɔra nfɔ fɛɛ, kuuri.Swine does not get fatten like a pig.
patipirena type of birdPatipire yɛɛ, ɔŋ gyi ɔsen mɔ de ɔ' gyi minɛ?This type of bird said if it does not eat pepper, what else should it eat?
paturonpetrol
pawurɛnpowderƆ gyere ta ɔ kya bɔ pawurɛ.She finished bathing and she is smearing powder.
payanavocadoOyii ɔkooyuduu; mɛ kya gyi mɔ-abi.A pear-shaped tropical fruit tree; the fruits are used for salads.
penɛvdeceiveFo nyi nbii-gipenɛ.You know how to deceive children.
pensenndaylightMɛ wɔra ilaa ibono mɛ kyaa kaarɛ gɛnen-n kaaborɛ gɛdɛ gɛ kɛ pensen.They did to her as they wanted until daybreak.
pensenyinnclearWurubuaarɛ gi kpaa sin de Gyekɔɔpɔ kaaberɛ gɛdɛ kɛsɛ pensenyi.God went and wrestled with Jacob till day break.
perennof a sound/clear as in dawnN kya kyon mɔ, n kya nu ɔ kya taa tudɔ nno peren-peren.I was hearing him clearing inside there pere-peren.I ŋmangɛ faa peren yɛgɛ n san n dɛ.The day has dawned very clearly whilst I was still sleeping.
vexactI kpɛ wɔra daa pɛ.It is just exact.
pɛɛdɛvstalkKyise dɛɛ-dɛɛ de ɔko/gɛbuɛ gɛŋ sa gɛ' nu fo so.Walk stealthily in pursuit of prey/game.Gyanbuɛ mɔ kya pɛɛdɛ gɛtoro mɔ.The hunter is stealthily stalking the Maxwell's duiker / antelope.

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