Lugungu - English


pajami English n. Taboo.underwear, shorts; garment that men wear inside a pair of trousers [5.3.1 - Men\'s clothing]
Pajaab̯un. name of a river[ - Names of rivers]
paki̱ti̱paki̱ti̱ English n. packet; small paper or cardboard container in which goods are packed to be carried easily, for selling, to be given as a present, or to be sent by mail[ - Wrap], [7.5.4 - Tie], [ - Group of things]
pambapamban. cotton; cash crop that bears fruit that splits open when mature from which threads for clothes are made[ - Plant product], [1.5.3 - Grass, herb, vine]
patapatan. hinge; piece metal that holds two parts together so that one part can open or close against the other, e.g., as on a door and a door frame[6.7.5 - Fastening tool], [ - Door], [ - Window]
pawudapawuda English n. powder; very fine, soft substance used for putting on babies so that they do not get chafed around the joints due to friction or that s.b. puts on the face in order to make it look smooth[5.4.5 - Anoint the body], [5.4.2 - Cosmetics]
paakapaaka English n. game park; place in which wild animals are reared[1.6.5 - Animal home], [4.2.9 - Holiday], [ - Plain, plateau], [7.2.4 - Travel], [ - Forest, grassland, desert], [6.4.6 - Things done to animals], [1.6.6 - Animal group]
paamupaamu English n. perm; hair that has been heated up with oil to make it stand stiff[ - Hairstyle], [2.1.5 - Hair], [5.4.3 - Care for hair]
paaraarwa₁mapaaraarwan. large brown grasshopper sp. with large hind legs that have sharp points like that of a hand saw [ - Insect]
paaraarwa₂ See main entry: paaraarwa₁
paasipaasin. iron box, flat iron; device used for ironing clothes[5.6.4 - Wash clothes]
peleleadv. full up to the brimSyn:bbiki, ki̱i̱zu̱lu̱ ku mu̱nwa, cawu. [8.1.6 - Whole, complete], [8.1.8 - Full], [9.3.2 - Completely]
pembeeni̱adv. aside, sideways; at the side and not in the middle[8.6 - Parts of things], [ - Beside], [ - Next to]
pereku̱cen. bluntness; state of a cutting instrument that is not sharp, thus rendering it unable to cut properly[ - Blunt]
peti̱mapeti̱ English n. petticoat; undergarment that women wear that is long going down to the feet[5.3.2 - Women\'s clothing]
piricobapiricon. stupid person; s.b. who does not meet the required standards or is of low economic and social standard[ - Below standard], [ - Stupid], [ - Low status], [ - Reputation]
pi̱ki̱pi̱ki̱mapi̱ki̱pi̱ki̱n. motorcycle; road vehicle, driven by an engine, with two wheels and handlebars[ - Vehicle]
pi̱yaadj. full; having no empty space, containing as much or as many as possibleSyn:ki̱i̱zu̱lu̱, kizo. [8.1.6 - Whole, complete], [8.1.8 - Full], [9.3.2 - Completely]
poi̱popoi̱po English n. pipe, culvert; hollow device through which water flows[ - Conveying water], [6.6.7 - Working with water], [ - Irrigate]
pokopokopokopokon. campaign; plan that is made to enlighten people about a particular idea so that it is then successfully achieved[ - Fight against something bad], [ - Persuade], [ - Election], [ - Politics], [ - Fight for something good]
ponci̱ponci̱ English n. porch; room that is attached to a house in front of it[6.5.2 - Parts of a building], [ - Wall], [ - Room], [6.5.1 - Building]
pooli̱i̱popooli̱i̱pon. propaganda[ - Announce], [ - Tell a lie], [3.5.9 - Mass communication]
poosi̱ta English n. post office; agency responsible to deliver letters[4.6.6 - Government functions], [ - Letter]
pulaakapulaaka English n. spark plug; electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine and ignites the gas by means of an electric spark[ - Vehicle]
puraimaremapuraimare English n. primary; first stage of education that s.b. completes before reaching secondary educationSyn:masomo ga mu̱si̱nge. [3.6.2 - School], [3.6 - Teach]

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