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pacenkanankanan
pack, tomuriv.I.trRociohchi tihkɔhkal'unima muritiman yɔlati.Rocio packed her bags full and left.
paddleheritakuwin
paddle a canoe, tokuwiv.I.tr
pagetɛrashkinHɛrowina tɛrashki polun manku uhk'ara.This book has 400 pages. Sabrahchi hirowina chukati panu. Uhktɛrashki hopatakati.Sabra uses that book a lot. Its pages are falling out.
paillaskunkeninBeauregardku laskunkeni chuwi. Hinyatihch yanishnuhchi chir'ut'uwa.Beauregard got a pail. Then he went to milk the cow.
painyashan
pain, to be inyasha yav.T.trRipokunish Esiku Klɔsku patawihch, hali hayihta 'ura, yasha uhkyahyati.When Santa Clause fell off the roof, he lay on the ground in pain.
pain, to haveyasha yav.T.trYasha uhkyatihchikaski, tariyaku po 'uwa. Becuase he had a pain, he went to see the doctor.
painfulyuriadjƆshkat'ɛ yuri lamati ay'ɛhɛ..His painful big toe finally healed.
paintbody paintrahanred paintruwishuwimilin
paint (the face or body), torahav.I.intrTirishi Nihkirhipu, hipuwan, Joshuaku uhkshtahpu rahawi.Before the Pow-wow, in order to dance, Joshua painted his face.
paint, tohumato apply paintpuhtiv.II.intrto apply red powder or paint to one's faceruwishuwiv.II.intr
painted buntingmalitohkun
pajamastiralawun
palmettoɛcharanTԑcharatԑrashki chutahch tari mashukata. They would take palmetto leaves and make a house.Igahchihchi lɔhka ɛchara wilati.My mother wove palmetto baskets.
pant, toadjlɛhav.T.trNini wishi hɔwashiku uhklɛhakati. A fish out of water gasps.Tanɛraku potihch, Bernadettehchi tihklɛhati.When she saw the ghost Bernadette gasped.Tahch'aruwinahch, inksa eshkuna tirishi hayihta 'uraman uhklɛhakati.In August, our dog lies on the front porch and pants.This verb can also be Class I, but transitive Tishlina is strongly preferred.lehav.T.trTahch'aruwina yuk’akhchi, ihksa uraman uhklehati eshkuna hayihta.In August, my dog lies on the porch and pants. Wiratoni michu sahtɛya sinkutahki lɔtawishkan uhkleh'achi.He only ran for fifteen minutes, but he was panting.
pantherhikuwanhalitaherinwhite panther (mythical animal)hikuwarɔwan
pantsshuhpalin
pants pocketshuhpal'ɔhkalin
paperrowinanCalliopehch tɛrashkisinima marikati. Rowinasinima mashukatiman.Calliope collects leaves and makes paper.Danielku uhkriyoyaniku hotuwi. Hishkan uhkrowina hayihta kafiku chol'ᴐta. Taworunihchi uhkyoyaniku rohina potishtuk'ᴐhᴐ.Daniel finished his homework. But coffee spilled on his paper. The teacher couldn't read his work.perhaps from "rɔwa" and "hina"
paralyzed, to becomelɔpav.T.trShihkali sat'ɛ ɔshkalapi kichu nahchutihch, sat'ɛ lɔpati.When the rock got stuck in the horse's shoe, the horse became lame.
parch (corn), topahchuv.I.trTihikahch hahka pahchuhk'iti.In the summer, we parch the corn.