pulaa tail. n. go yaina iri pulaa ragopea the tail of this bird is really crooked
pula piru keep going. vp. Kogono pape aa nipu pula piru pula piru pu Madane pua opapalial He will keep on going until he arrives at Madang
pulakea (kopea) to break off. v. nina etaa pulakea rabu rubawa when my arrow broke I threw it away
pulubae ta wild, untamed. vp.
pulubia v. 1to break into pieces. 2to lance. pulubialo I am lancing it
puluma₁ waste around house, eg pieces of sugarcane, etc. n. do puluma oyae kaape yae a broom for cleaning up things nipumi tepolo reke madaa kimi oto puluma kiaala he is sweeping the rubbish off the table with his hand
puluma₄ E lizard variety. n.
puluma-iri plentiful hair that sticks out. NounC.
puluma-kiape (maapu-ripu₂) a broom. NounC.
pulu-pulu fern tree. [Cyatheacea, Cyathea]. NounC.
pumi-ada house porch. NounC.
puna-alubi bee whose sting is painful; leaves stinger (ini) in the skin. NounC.