palaa-koma fire (Pandanus language). ie.
palaa-kuta the name given to commercial blankets. NounC.
palaa-pu vine (Pandanus language). ie.
pala 1the thigh. n. mena pala kope ta break the pig's leg 2stone variety. adj.
paladi-yana rumana yana E wild Giluwe dog. NounC.
palae together with. adj.
palagi₁ 1eight in the body tally system. adj. 2forearm. n.
palakua yoa to bloom, expand. vp.
Palame Ekerepa E clan in Mabu area of EK. n.
palaru flower or grass. [signifying promise of something to be given]. n.
palawa flour for baking. n. palawa page kaba also buy some flour
pale kera paiyero E (apo gupa; sukipima; kebo yariya) verbal expression used by women, similar to 'Oh my'.. adv.
palebea hold hands up as in fright. v.