palate, one’ssakla'sak.laʔn.possda person’s palate and alveolar ridge of the upper inside of one’s mouth184.108.40.206MouthAnatanatomy
palepunsé'punsɜʔdial. var.pessé'vb.statIf a person is said to be punsé', they are pale or anemic, lacking in sufficiant iron in their blood.220.127.116.11Malnutrition, starvation
palmkalisawka.ˈli.sa͡oNBetel nut palm; kaliso palmThe green nut-like fruit is used for mama', betel-nut chewing. The plant is a palm and has a tall, narrow trunk and a pleasant odor.Areca caliso; areca catechu1.5.1Tree
palm fernpalāngpalāŋNTree fern; palm fernThe trunk is covered with black, interlacing roots. The roots are used for potting orchids.Cyathea contaminans1.5.3Grass, herb, vineBotbotany
palm fruit to the stem , the 'cup' that holdsbakul1ba.kulNthe ‘cup’ that holds palm fruit to the stem Nyulug da ya bakul na mamen.The bakul of the mamen fell.18.104.22.168palmBotbotanyder.bakulun2der.pigbakul
palm leaf materials , wovenbakidˈba.kidNAnything made of woven palm leaves such as a woman’s carrying bag, sleep mat, blinds, etc. is bakid.
pantingmigsengasenga2sɜŋasɜŋaVIf a person or animal is migsengasenga, they are panting for breathe from over-exertion or to cool off body.Migsengasenga to-o ya kalabaw kay mapasu'.The water buffalo was really panting because its [body] was hot.
pants, a man’ssalwalsalwaln.concretea man’s pants5.3Clothing
papaya plant and its fruitkapayakapayaNpapaya plant and its fruitCarica papaya1.5.1Tree5.2FoodBotbotany