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pale
adj
pale
waabinewizi vai s/he is pale

pale from being hungry
waabiiganaandam vai2 s/he is pale from being hungry

pale-complexioned
adj
pale-complexioned
waabishkiiwe vai s/he is a white person; s/he is pale-complexioned

pale-faced
adj
pale-faced
waabiingwe vai s/he is pale-faced

palm
n
palm
ninagaakininj nid my palm

ginagaakininj nid your palm

onagaakininj nid h/ palm

palm itches
gizhiibinagaakininjii vai h/ palm itches

palpitations
n
heart palpitations
mamaajide'eshkaa vai s/he has heart palpitations, has a heart attack

pan
n
pan
akik na
  1. a container, usually of metal, for cooking or for holding liquids: a kettle, a pot, a pan, a pail, a bucket
  2. an engine, a motor

jiibaakwewakik na a cooking pot, a pan

dish pan
gichi-onaagan ni a large dish or shallow pan: a basin, a dish pan

frying pan
abwewin ni a frying pan

abwewinaabik ni a frying pan

have pan
odakiko vai s/he has a kettle, pot, pan, or pail

roasting pan
gibozigan ni something put into the oven; a roasting pan

giboziganaabik ni a roasting pan

saucepan
zagaanowenigewakik na a sauce pan

pancake
n
pancake
gwekiwebinigan na a pancake

make panakes
gwekiwebiniganike vai s/he makes pancakes

pant
vi
pant
nesezo vai s/he pants

panther
n
panther
mishibizhii na
  1. a lion, a panther [mountain lion, Puma concolor]
  2. an underwater panther

See also: mishiibizhii na

mishiibizhii na a great panther

See also: mishiibizhiw na [BL]

pantry
n
pantry
ataasowin ni a place for storage, a cupboard, a pantry, a closet, a bin