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piraquapirakʷav1desire excessively, do excessively, do in vain Namaruamima Etauisono napiraqua nomaThe fifth (deadly sin) is excessive desire to eatM. They are: Arrogance, or as others say, vainglory; greed, lust, envy, gluttony, anger and sloth.M. Son estos: Sobervia, ò como otros dicen, Vanagloria, Avaricia; Luxuria, Envidia, Gula, Ira, y pereza.Movilla 1635a:f099v 2.12hungerhambreAlways after the word hono 'food'. So probably 'hungry for food', but possibly 'wanting/lacking/needing food'. The 'need/lack' reading may relate this verb to the verb pira 'be insufficient'.Probablecomp. ofpira3be insufficient-qua4
pirasopirasovforgive (with mucu)Probablecomp. ofpira3be insufficient-so 1caus
piratimopiratimovbe great, excessiveAcunaqua yuque ponama processiõ puenamano, aquitasiqe cume nuyachiqelete amuna echenomate, nayochiqeleqe, nia salenomano osococo piratimota, ebelecamimonima, After these came another procession of virgins, all dressed in white, and more beautiful, Tras estas vinia otra procession de Virgines, todas vestidas de blanco, y mas hermosas, MovDoc f 2.3Acu Diosimano, valunuma nohota, chocorinoco nohoniqe, nainoniqitimotema, inonecocoletantilahacu osopiratima, na anoquentala. and I see that God gives me health and strength to work, and thus although I seem to work less, I earn more.y veo que me da Dios salud y fuerzas para trabajar, y assi aunque parece trabajo menos, gano masMovilla 1635a:f173-175 6.2This word is used in the formation of comparatives, usually in combination with the word oso 'more, much'.piratimacomp. ofpira3be insufficient-timopart of several verbs, meaning unclear (perhaps full of, characterized by)?
piripiriadjsmallpequeñoArte, f35Confident
piripiripiripiriRedupbelittling, mockinghaziendo burlaYtimi ysomiquene hebuateco nanibibota nipita piripiri mososi buota mosobicho? Have you repeated the words they [your mother and father] say with shakes of the tongue in order to mock?As le repetido las palabras que dizen con meneos de lengua haziendo burla?Conf, f1 2:1Qiena ocotopueno ano eyo naisisota yquitimosota hebuateco nipita piri piri mosota nanibibuota quosonoma lahacu intele nimaqere ytimico ysomico queninibama, ysisota iquitimosonomanoqere na inibitila naqua quosatiquani?Si dezir mal de otro o offenderle o hazer de burla es peccado: quanto mayor lo será hazer burla y escarnio de los padres, que nos engendraron y sustentaron pagandoles mal tan buenas obras no lo hagas mas.Conf, f1 1:1Probablepiri piri
piriquipirikʷinrib?Appears once in the phrase yabi piriqui, apparently referring to Adam's rib.Hapax Legomenon
pirosopirosov1combining, putting in (together)?Tentative2exceed, be greater
pisipisipisipisiRedupunknown reduppisi pisi
pisitimovhurry, be hasty?Tentativepisitim
pitapitavdescendbajarse7.2.2.5Move downConfidentsp. var.pìta
pìtapìtasp. var. ofpitadescending
Pitanonpropname of a Timucua town9.7.2Name of a placeConfident
pitepitev1hideesconder, ocultar, encubrirTentative2bury? dig?enterrar, cavar, excavarProbablepire
Planetaplanetan*planet*planetaBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
platoplaton*plate*platoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowed
pochapotʃa1nfurrowranura, surcoProbable2vfollow?Tentative3vdescend?Tentative4vsow?Tentativesp. var.pòcha
pòchasp. var. ofpochafurrow follow?
Pocio Pilatoponsio pilaton*Pontius Pilate*Poncio PilatoBorrowed from SpanishBorrowedsp. var.Ponciopilatos
pocopoko1nbelly?Tentative2vgo out
pohotopohotovpat, touch
Pohoynpropname of a Timucua province9.7.2Name of a placeConfident
polesipolesivcurecurarThe final -si may be the benefactive suffix, but if so, the unsuffixed form pole never appears.Confidentpoles
polesopolesovunknown verb (deceive?)Hapax Legomenon
polopolovweave palmArte, f14Confident
polonipolonivsuffer? pain? sorrow?Probablepolon