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paddlelefa1 2npaddlelefa2Vinpaddle (to)Wawahin mahudo'idi sa awa sa lefa sa leuma mate, ma, hani'i --, Babaga Hisu mate, sa leu.Then all of the women got aboard and they paddled and they came down to whatchamacallit, to Babaga Hisu (Croton Point) and they went down west.tau wosewose 3gerones who paddlewose1 1Vinpaddle (to)wose2 1npaddle
paddle across with uswose dohemaidoheVtrpaddle across with us (to)Amainiya, nogeya, ya wose dohemai, be tefa yai.We felt sorry for him, but he paddled us across to the other side.
paddle againlefa bodaVinpaddle again (to)lefa~boda 1Vinpaddle again (to)
paddle itwose'enVtrpaddle it (to)wose1 2Vtrpaddle it (to)wosenVtrpaddle it (to)
paddle it out a bitlefa~fasigi~lidiyenVtrpaddle it out a bit (to)Waga au lefa~fasigi~lidiyen, ai gabogabo ipuꞌipuna, Paddle the boat out abit into the middle of the sea.
paddle ourselves.inclwose'edaVtrpaddle ourselves.inclHaba eda E lau'u'ula baguna, ai muli habahim 'e wose'eda, te dohe.I will pray first and afterwards we will paddle ourselves across.
paddle some morelefa~boda 2Vinpaddle some more (to)Sa ita'ita fuyo, be Kwawilo Oyana sa ita, be sa lefa-boda eee--, sa ta'i'ili.They looked back, and saw Kwawilo Mountain, so they started paddling again and went around the point.
paddlertau wosewose 2gerpaddler
paddlerstau woseNPpaddlersTau wose taudi sa mahata pa'ana ma'i sa fapaisowa be wa itadi mate sa fainamanamalinidi.The paddlers bodies are revealed because they use coconut oil, and when you see them they have made themselves shiny.tau wosewose 1gerpaddlersTau wosewose iti ni, hewali yo tatau lala'i afa'afa.The padd;ers there are youths and men only.
paddleslefa1 1npaddles'E lidi ape yai mate, hige ema lefa, be, yo fede, 'e kewala moho, be 'e lidi.We went down to the canoe slip, and we didn't have any paddles, so we just poled it and went down (toward the west).ov. synkewala1 2kewala2wose2 2npaddlesMahudo'idi wa itadi sa lau~obiyo mate nenedi sa fai'uli'ulidi, na edi wose ai nimadi. All whom you see are standing up, and their they have made designs on their faces, and their paddles are in their hands.
paddlingwose3gerpladdlingTau wose taudi sa mahata pa'ana ma'i sa fapaisowa be wa itadi mate sa fainamanamalinidi. ‎The paddlers' bodies are revealed because they've used coconut oil, and so when you see them, they have made themselves shiny.wosewoseVinpaddling (to be)
paddling racewose sa anfailako, sa 2CLpaddling race (they have)
painkamna 3Vinpain (to have)ya kamnait hurts
pain a lotkamna palapa 3Vinpain a lot (to)
pain for someone,fakamkamna 3Vtrpain for someone (to cause)Yena Yoba, tauna wa fakamkamna, mate haba ya kaumananaim!If you cause Job's body to have pain, then he will curse you!
painfulkamna 4Vinpainful (to be)
paintpentanpaintIsalaela dodogadi mate bo'usa ai penta kafukafuna sa pentaidi,The people of Israel painted their graves with white paint.
paint each others facesfai'uli'ulidi, nenedi sa 1Vrecippaint each others faces (to)
paint their facesnenedi sa fai'uli'ulidiCLpaint their faces (to)
paint thempentaidiVtrpaint them (to)Isalaela dodogadi mate bo'usa ai penta kafukafuna sa pentaidi be, ite mate dodoga ya fanuwatagudi be ibege ti abilau ai bo'usa.The people of Israel painted their graves white, and this warned people that the shouldn't reach out (to touch) the grave.
painted whitepoipoi kafudigerpainted whiteUm itaꞌitamiu doha bo'usa poipoi kafudi, ita'itadi sa famata~an'an. Your appearance are like graves painted white
palaces of kingskin edi luma loholohodiNPpalaces of kings6.5.1.1House6.5.1.2Types of houses6.5.1Buildingkin ena luma loholohona 3NPpalaces of kings6.5.1.1House6.5.1.2Types of houses6.5.1Building
palmgolu1 1nlimbum palm
palm speciesbuabuanpalm species used for flooring.buwabuwaBHpuyuwa1npalm species the lower trunk is hard and used for spears as well as flooring.Beyabeyana hige powati. In mate buwabuwa ya oidi be ya sapidi, ena alahiya.Long ago there was no metal. He cut the palm, and shaped them, and [they became] his spears.Buwabuwa ya oi, be ya sapi, na ainiya suwana ya gwalidi.He would cut and shape (a spear) from palm, and with that he would spear the wild pigs.a slender, hard palm used in making floors,spears, etc.ov. syngolu2 1matu 1puyuwa2 1go'apu 1npalm speciesov. synbeda 1kelakelaantuahwaiya 1haufidaafuli2 1afuli3puyuwa2 2npalm with fan shaped leaves and dark hard trunk.palm with very hard black trunk; used for flooring, axe handles, coconut husking stakes, etc.
palm species used for floors and wallsgolu1 2npalm with hard lighter colored trunk; used for flooring and walls.ov. synbilibili 1gabagabalaididigolu2 1
palm treema'i1 3fama'incoconut palm treeAmainiya, taumoho wa natuna ya ipo, na sa lau, be ma'i pa'ana yai ya fata'ai.then, the man carried the child and they went and he sat him under a coconut tree.
palm tree'stapa'auncrown of palm tree Lulutina mate tapa'au edi aba susu lau bagabagadi yai ya susu be ya fakou hafiti.As for the fibre mesh, it is the place where the crown grows out at the leaf stems, and the mesh covers it tightly.tapa'aunancrown, of palm treeTapa'auna ya susu lau atipuna yai. ‎The crown of the tree grows on the trunk.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts1.5.5Parts of a plant
pantini 2npanTini u gilisi, na beledi ai tele u tole, be ya sese boda ai maihala.Grease the tin, and put the bread on a tray, so that it will rise again in the sun.
pancake (traditional)tegatega 6npancake (traditional)
pandanushala2npandanus speciesTinana hige gonowana i bahei, yo fede, hala ubudi yai ya simo lawen, na ya lau afulen.BHAAKPTJ, Kapulika Pilipilidaina, (Wild Cucumber Story), Theresa Joshua, Ata'ata, 2006.kaimo 3npandanus (the prop root)Lumana mate hatona wa'uli luguna sa gula be kaimo sa tili be sa kifi'i ya ofi.As for the house, for the thatch they stripped off the sago leaves, and split the pandanus root so they could finish making the batten strips.kind of pandanus used for floors, batons, etc. The fruit is eaten by cassowaries.1.5.1Tree6.5.3Building materialssusuna1 2nnewly emerging prop roots of pandanusBHIP, ca. 1986The general word for root is {lamna}, but the smsll fibrous rootlets of coconuts and other palms are called {dafudafuna} and the emerging prop roots of certain pandanus are called {susuna}.1.5Plant1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant
pandanus fruitkaimo 2npandanus fruitAna kalahe mate kuhou, udama, kimidili, yo kaimo uludi ya domdi.It foods are fig, udama, kimidili and kaimo palm fruits, which it swallows.5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit
pandanus prop rootskaimo susunaNPpandanaus prop rootsBeyabeyana ulutubu dodogadi mate kaimo susuna sa abi, sa tili, mulina yai haba sa fili be mahina.In the old days, their ancestors would take the pandanus prop roots and strip them, and afterwards they would twist them into strings..
pandanus specieskaimo 1npandanus species1.5.1Tree
pandanus species used for matsleiyafa 2npandanus species used for matsov. synaba eno 4aba eno 1aba anyawasi 1aba laulau eno 1ov. syngwayali 2lau~hesegwayali 1
pandanus strips from prop rootskifinpandanus strips from prop roots{kifi} strips from pandanus prop roots are prepared for use in sewing thatch.6.5.1.1House6.5.3Building materials
papayamoiyape 2npapaya
paperpepanpaperPepa hewana yai gaeba yai u tole be gilisi ya didi afulen.Put it in a bowl on top of some newspaper, so the grease can drip away [and drain off].Na ana tapake sitiki luwaga 'e felen, yo ena pepa ma masimasina.We gave him two sticks of tobacco, and paper and matches.
PapuaPapuanPapuaPapuwanPapua
Papua New GuineaPapua NiuginiNPPapua New GuineaMata'asi te debana yai eda Papua Niugini gabeman yo bisinisi tau~paisowadi mate sa laoma be sa falau~esegahidi.For the sake of the feastival (feast), our Papua New Guinea government and business workers will come and join together.
PapuanpwahopwahonPapuan frogmouth1.6.1.2BirdPwahopwahoho 1nPapuan FrogmouthNa pwahopwaho, na bui sa faigwanegwaneidi, yo fede ya 'wasabu.But the Frogmouths, and the owls were calling and hooting at one another, and so I was afraid.The male and female of the Pwahopwahho owl look the same. They are a bit big. Tyeir food is insects. they build their nests in the tops of trees. Their eggs are white. The feed by night and sleep by day.1.6.1.2Bird
Papuan FrogmouthKumkum 2nPapuan FrogmouthSome say this is the Papua Frogmouth, olthers call the Papuan Frogmouth {Pwahopwahoho}.1.6.1.2Bird1.6Animal
parablepalabolenparablebe sa an'etai bena palabole edi aniyo ya liba famahatadi.and then they requested that he might speak and reveal the meaning of the parable.
paralleltasigu 7tatasigunparallel cousin younger than egoTasigu aho te ini Ulabo yai ya paipaisowa.Now my younger brother is working for Ulabo.Yau mate, fuya ou'ouli, tatasigu E gaimumuidi sikulu halana.As for me, I always was giving advice to my younger brothers and sisters concerning school.Haba te mata'asi, be te kwade, pa'ana tasim mate ya pe'i, na aho te ya mwahuli;We will feast, and we will be glad, because your younger brother was dead, and nw he is alive.Afatuwahana manadi sa bala. Eno suwai te aniyona bena sa dulu lau tasidi lisina?His older brothers were angry. Wasn't the meaning of his dream that they should bow down to their younger brother?(B v S) younger than ego - younger sibling; MS(s v d) or FB (s v d) younger than ego. I.e., parallel cousin younger than ego
paralyzeddagedagenagerparalyzed
paralyzed armnima dabidabina 2NPparalyzed armAmainiya mate taumoho hesa nimana dabidabina ya miyamiya.There was a man staying there who had a paralyzed arm.
paralyzed mantaumoho dabidabina 2NPparalyzed manNa yo fede, tatau fati sa mahanoma, taumoho dabidabina sa baheiyama Yesu lisina.And so, four men arrived, carrying a paralyzed man to Jesus.
parentstina yo tamayo1tinatamaNPparentsTina yo tama, nanatudi lalahudi sa fasinabodi.The parents select the spouses of their children.
parents of one's son- or daughter-in-lawfena1 3nparents of one's son- or daughter-in-lawov. synifagutawahi lamiegu fena