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pawn
vt
pawn
gikatoon vti2 pawn, hock it

Paired with: gikas vta

gikas vta pawn, hock h/

See also: gikatoon vti2

gikataw vta [S] pawn, hock (it) for h/

gikachige vai s/he pawns, hocks things

gikachigan ni something pawned, hocked

pay
v
pay
diba' vta pay for h/, bail h/ out

Paired with: diba'an vti

diba'an vti pay for it

Paired with: diba' vta

diba'ige vai s/he measures things; s/he pays things

diba'amaw vta pay h/ for (it), pay (it) to him

diba'amaage vai s/he pays people for (something)

diba'amaadiwag vai they pay each other for (it)

diba'wi vta [NI]

diba' vta

pay attention
phrv
pay attention
babaamendam vai2 s/he pays attention, worries

babaamendan vti pay attention to, be preccupied with, worry about, bother it

Paired with: babaamenim vta

babaamenim vta pay attention to, worry about, be preoccupied with, bother h/

Paired with: babaamendan vti

pay off
phrv
pay off
diba'igese vii it pays off, pays for itself

pea
n
pea
anijiimin ni a pea

See also: anijiimin na

pea soup
n
pea soup
anijiiminaaboo ni pea soup

peaceful
adj
peaceful
bangan vii it is peaceful; it is quiet

peach
n
canned peaches
mishiimin gaa-agonjing ni-v [BL] canned peaches in syrup

peanut
n
peanut
bagaan na a nut, a hazelnut, a peanut

peanut butter
n
peanut butter
bagaani-bimide ni peanut butter