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pa1v-1hit, strike, beat, stamp, patunit pato fix the floorivaune ulo kiput paithe women are collecting couch-grassfiver pato get fevertapit pato cook, to heat (stones)pou pashut the dooretape pato breech oneself (to become dressed)pa kelunato hit vigorously, even to killpa taanato breakpa itianato break offpa itienato cutlo paite na inigive me some yamsena pame miia lago and take some fire woodemuna patesome, a little bit of tobaccovalepaa mano paalasomethinglalia patuaone, a dayu patuaone eveningu palovasome daypalovesome daypatomesome, a little bit (of tobacco)patatesome, a little bit (of pork)paikasome, a little bit (of water)
pa21:POS
pa31:DS
paepaetn-Roundorange fruit, orange tree
paiDL
paikebag
painetasword
paipolimwedge, peg
paitavn-Longkind of tree, timber (nice smell)
pal1:INT
palaiblanket, mantle, canvas
palamitake move
palavan-Mascbread (intro)palava eatawheat
palei1:INT
paleuv-1cut
palienav-2unbend (the bow), pull away, unhookpali lato finish
palmatecfmotap 2
pamiliafamily
pana11rub, rub oneself2hit, beat, wipena ketitaut alualuv ai, ulo kamulepe panaiMy knees are sore, he is rubbing them with nettles.it na panaiThe rain is beating me.
pana2fall
panitibandage
papaFather
papaetn-Roundkind of croton (have red, green, and yellow leaves)
papamun-Mascearthquakepapamu kalo ulo mataThere was a strong earthquake.(The earthquake came up)
papinav-2beat, strike