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pabopɑ.ˈboʔna|ENGgrandmother|TPItumbuna|ROEbeya
pabopɑ.ˈboʔna|ENGsweet banana species, similar to plantain bananas|TPIbanana|ROEkalasaGENERICbaxupbanana
pagegipɑ.ˈɡe.ɡina|ENGforked stick or two sticks braced in an x-fashion used to support a flume that carries sago soup into the bowl for making paste|TPIX diwai|ROEpanggengiRang pagegi mali.He stood the forked support up.
Pailimonnprop|ENGPhilemon, a book of the Bible|TPIFilemon|ROEPailimonEnglish
paipkonaˈpɑip.ko.nɑni|ENGStar Fruit tree|TPIfaivkona|ROEpaipkonaGENERICxaitreeAverrhoa carambolaTok Pisin
panampɑ.ˈnɑmna|ENGsweet banana species|TPIbanana|ROEmanamGENERICbaxupbanana
panggeriangpɑŋ.ˌɡe.ri.ˈɑŋna|ENGbamboo flute|TPIflut|ROEpanggeriang
panggup manavph|ENGplop, the sound a stone makes falling into the water|TPIpariap|ROEpambuk mana
panggurupɑŋ.ˈɡu.ruv|ENGto plop, the sound of something plopping or splashing in the water|TPInois|ROEpangguru
papaiRamuk variant ofpepai
paradaisˌpɑ.rɑ.ˈdɑisna|ENGparadise|TPIparadais
Paraidepɑ.ˈrɑi.denprop|ENGFriday|TPIPraide|ROEParaideEnglish
parakpɑ.ˈrɑkna|ENGbanana species|TPIbanana|ROEparakGENERICbaxupbanana
Pariapɑ.ˈri.ɑnprop|ENGSingorokai, a village in the neighboring Pano language area, called Padiwa in their language|TPISingorokai|ROEGaba
parimbokiˌpɑ.rim.ˈbo.kina|ENGstingray|TPIpar|ROEparambokiHang parimboki, saing parimbokia su mari rimania.He shot the stingray, and the stingray stabbed his arm.GENERICasaxafauna
Parisinprop|ENGPharisee|TPIFarisi|ROEParisiEnglish
Pastoˈpɑs.tonprop|ENGPastor|TPIPasto|ROEPastoriEnglish
patanranapɑ.ˈtɑn.rɑni1archaic|ENGto open|TPIopim|ROEpataranaXoxalubina harua ba, "Patunru, patanrana.”The wildman said, ‘Close, open.’2archaic|ENGto lie on one’s back|TPIslip long baksait
patoˈpɑ.tona|ENGduck|TPIpato|ROEpatoXaidap tela Muxaxu xusunga Pato ba, “Bagula ula usugu langiayu?”One day Chicken asked Duck, ‘Are you going to wash in the river?’Tok Pisin
paxiraraˌpɑ.ɣ˞i.ˈrɑ.rɑclause|ENGto become derailed, to lose one's way|TPIabrusim rot
Pebuarinprop|ENGFebruary, the month|TPIFebrueri|ROEPebuariEnglish
Pentikosˈpɛn.ti.ˌkosnprop|ENGPentecost|TPIPentikos|ROEPentikosEnglish
pepaipe.ˈpɑiRamuk variantpapaina1|ENGpapaya plant|TPIpawpaw|ROEpapayaGENERICxaitreeCarica papaya2|ENGfruit of the papaya plant|TPIpawpaw|ROEpapayaNgala rangua Mura saing am gahang pepai.I went with Mura and we shot at papayas.
Pilipainprop|ENGPhilippians, a book of the Bible|TPIFilipai|ROEPilipaiEnglish
pirikpirikRamuk variant ofbirikbirik

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