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pikiskapualienable nounEnglishflesh typeThis is a part of the pig meat that is located along each side of the backbone. It is cut from inside the carcass and cooked with the insides for eating.2.1Body5.2Foodbody part non-human; food
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pikolintransitive verbSuramalwai kápán páplunEnglishwiggleThis is what a lizard tail, separated from its body, does while it is dying, and this word is used for dance steps in time to music. This term also includes wiggling one's hips while the rest of the body does not move. It might be a mildly suggestive term.Kálámul er a lu atotsai mil má dik lu mil on, ái sang a lu táilnai mul á mil. Tan pitpitin no á mil, ái sang a lu táilnai mai piti anang táil suri ái rung er namur da lu mák pasi. Ngádáh na pikol ngoi, ki á di mul da mur on sang ngorer a longoi ngoi.That man who trains dancing and they dance it, he himself also leads the dancing. All the dance movements, he himself leads with moving down in front so those behind will see-get it. However he wiggles/moves, then they also will follow it like he does it.piti22.1Bodybody act
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pinsáninalienable nounEnglishmeat; fleshTok Pisinmitláprán2.1Bodybody part human
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pirakbaualienable nounEnglishgenitalsThis is a euphemistic term.Da long palai kán pirakbau ái koner, a ngul mai.They should cut off his genitals, he is crazy with them (i.e. if they cut them off, he'll change his ways).sitán káláu2.1Bodybody part human
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piskutintransitive verbEnglishblink2.1Bodybody act
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pitpitlikalienable nounSurkáplabin hol; pokon a lu pos til ái á holholEnglishheart; source of thinking2.1Bodybody part human
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piu1intransitive verbEnglishwhistlehiuk2.1Bodybody act
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pokioninalienable nounSurnahlánEnglishtorso; trunk of body; trunk of treeOn a person, this includes the area from armpit to waist, front and back. On a tree, it refers to the trunk between the ground and where the first branches begin, and each branch also has its own pokion.
Kauh, inái sár a hutngin ias á ráin má nahlán bu a dor be. Una kálik monai ur aring suri nák sengseng be i pokion bu, ki erár má unák han suri sar bu.Son, right now the rain is newly/recently cleared and the betel nut trunks are still slippery. You should wait a little until later so the betel nut trunk will be dry, then at that time you can go for climbing betel nut.nahlánpokion limán2.1Bodybody part human
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pokion limáninalienable nounEnglisharmThis is used when referring to the arm as a measure or reference, as in we can see someone is very thin because his arms are very thin.poknahlán limánlimang2.1Bodybody part human
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poknahlán limáninalienable nounEnglishupper armpokion limánlimang2.1Bodybody part human
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pokon bálinalienable nounEnglishsmall intestinesami pokon bál2.1Bodybody part human
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pukintransitive verbEnglishswollen; bulgingTok PisinsolapThis can refer to a bump on the head that's swollen. Certain fish, mámin and mátu, have protuberances on their heads that are described as puk.
pupukpukpukpuk2.1Body2.5.1Sickbody part non-human; sickness
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pukpukpukintransitive verbSurkápate dalianEnglishroughThis implies small raised bumps on the skin, like the skin of some crabs and frogs.puk2.1Bodybody part non-human
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puksusintransitive verbEnglishspit up milkThis refers to a baby spitting up bits of milk after sucking or drinking.sus12.1Bodybody act
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pukuninalienable nounEnglishjointpukun kekenpukun limán2.1Bodybody part human
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pukun kekeninalienable nounEnglishkneeleg jointatur pukun kekkikingsosopas2.1Bodybody part human
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pukun limáninalienable nounEnglishelbowarm jointlimangsosopas2.1Bodybody part human
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purintransitive verbEnglishfall (generic term)Tok PisinpundaunThis word is the generic term for `fall'. See the list of synonyms for various kinds of falling.báiruruh1bámrusdimdungdunggáráhhuskalkal diudiumusuhrus2rusrus2sokultákruruhtámlustápsangtápukhusan/husnipur dirtapulpur dongahapurái2.1Bodybody act
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putun danalienable nounEnglishhaunchBig men use this part of the pig in trying to outdo each other. The one giving the feast will present a pig's haunch to another. Later the one who received the haunch will present another haunch to the first big man, preferably one a bit bigger than the one he received. This can continue on in an effort at one-upmanship among big men.putung2.1Bodybody part non-human
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putungputputumputuninalienable nounputumputunput gitEnglishmy hip(s)kekeksa putputun dan2.1Bodybody part human
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rah i mansinidiomSura rah i kán mangehEnglishdeadhis breathing is finishedmatmansingrah22.1Bodybody act
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ranran2alienable nounEnglishpenis (?)sitán káláu2.1Bodybody part human
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rapintransitive verbSurláklákEnglishwalkPákánbung iau kaleng til Tekedan iau láklák ami kon. Kabin i tilik nas a tuan dek, pasi iak tu rap sang tangrai kon.When I returned from Tekedan I walked on the beach. Because of the big/hot sun that was very heavy/oppressive, so I just walked along the beach.láklák2.1Bodybody act
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rau ránsi mátánidiomSursakrai mátán ák mákmákEnglishopen one's eyelids2.1Bodybody act
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ráuráuráuintransitive verbEnglishshivering; tremblingTok PisingurguriaThis can be from cold or from fear. It is also used of light reflecting off moving water as a river or the waves of the sea, thus giving the impression it is trembling.dikdikdikráuráuwas2.1Bodybody act
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