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PACE -- (step) passu (-ar); (speed) rapidore

PACIFIC -- a. ~ (-ar, -ation)

PACIFISM -- pacifisms (-ist)

PACIFY -- pacificar

PACK -- n. pacca; (of animals) bande, trupp, horde; (of hounds) meute; v. - paccar, inballar

PACKAGE, PACKET -- pacca, paquette, paccage, inballage

PACKED -- (overfull) plenplen, superplen

PACKING -- stuffage

PACT -- pacte, contracte

PAD -- n. cussinette; blocc; scri-blocc; v. vattar (-age); (stuff) stuffar (-age)

PADDLE -- v. (in water) vadar, barbotar; (a boat) remar, paddlar; n. paddle, pagaye

PADDOCK -- cavall-prate, inclusura, padó

PADLOCK -- serrure pendent

PAGAN -- a. ~ (-o, -isme. -isar)

PAGE -- págine (-al, -ar); (boy) page

PAGEANT -- spectacul, parade, gala-procession

PAGEANTRY -- pompe, gala, parade spectaculari

PAGODA -- págode

PAID -- (salaried) salariat

PAIL -- sitelle (-ade)

PAIN -- n. dolore (-osi), afliction; v. dolorar, aflicter, dolentar. IT PAINS ME TO HAVE TO...: it dole me dever... ON ~ OF DEATH: sub pena de morte PAINS, TO TAKE: * cuidar, penar, efortiar se

PAINT -- v. picter (-ero, -or, -ura); (a house etc.) colorar; n. color, pigment; (theatre) grim (-ar)

PAINT-BRUSH -- pinsel (-ar)

PAINTER -- colorist; pictor, pictero

PAIR -- pare, cuple; v. acuplar

PAL -- intimo, camarade

PALACE -- ~

PALADIN -- paladino

PALANQUIN -- ~

PALATABLE -- savurosi, de bon gust, saporosi, sapid

PALATE -- pálate (-al, -ale)

PALAVER -- v. conferer (-entie); n. babillada

PALE -- a. pallid. TO BE ~: paller. TO TURN ~: devenir pallid; n. (stake) pal, palisse; (limits) limite, born

PALETTE -- ~

PALING -- palissade

PALISADE -- palissade

PALL -- n. mantel; sarco-mantel; v. tedar, devenir fad

PALLIASSE -- matrasse

PALLIATE -- palliar (-ativ, -ative)

PALLID -- ~ (-itá)

PALLOR -- pallore

PALM -- (bot.) palme (-iero); (hand) palme (-at, -iped, -ist), plate del manu; v. inpalmar; prestidigitar; (~ off) far acceptar per fraude; substituer

PALMIST -- chiromant (-ie)

PALM SUNDAY -- palm-soledí

PALMY -- prósper!, gloriosi

PALPABLE -- palpabil, evident

PALPITATE -- palpitar (-ation)

PALSY -- paraliSe (-ar, -tic)

PALTER -- equivocar, eluder

PALTRY -- mesquin, ínsignificant, miserabil

PAMPAS -- pampa. ~WIND: pampero

PAMPER -- dorlotar

PAMPHLET -- brochura, pamflette

PAN -- padelle, casserol, scudelle

PANACEA -- panacé

PANCAKE -- crespe

PANCREAS -- páncreas (-atic)

PANDEMONIUM -- pandemonie, tumultu

PANDER -- n. copulero; servilon; v. acopular

PANE -- quadre (de vitre), panel

PANEGYRIC -- n. panegirica, eulogie

PANEL -- ~ (-ar, -age); registre

PANG -- acut dolore, angustie, tormente

PANIC -- ~. n. panica

PANICLE -- (bot.) panicul

PANNIER -- (flanc)corbe

PANOPLY -- panoplie

PANORAMA -- ~ (-ic)

PANSY -- viola tricolori, tricolorette

PANT -- v. anhelar; palpitar. ~ FOR: languir por

PANTHEISM -- panteisme

PANTHEON -- panteon

PANTHER -- pantere

PANTOMIME -- ~, mimica

PANTRY -- cámera de provision, garda-manjage

PANTS -- (drawers) calson; (trousers) pantalon

PAP -- tette; (food) puré

PAPA -- papá

PAPACY -- papatu

PAPER -- papere (-in); (newspaper) jurnale, BROWN ~: pacc-papere. WASTE~: paperallia. NOTE ~: scri-papere; v. (rooms) tapetar

PAPER CURRENCY -- * paper-moné

PAPER-HANGER -- tapetero

PAPER-KNIFE -- trancha-papere

PAPER-WEIGH -- presse-papere

PAPIER-MACHE -- paper-maché

PAPIST -- ~

PAPRIKA -- paprica

PAPYRUS -- papyre

PAR -- pari (-tá). AT, BELOW ~: al, infra pari; n. norme, egalitá

PARABLE -- parábol

PARABOLA -- ~ (-ic)

PARACHUTE -- paracade

PARADE -- ~ (-ar); promenade

PARADISE -- ~ (-ic)

PARADOX -- ~ (-al)

PARAFFIN -- parafine; (oil) petroleo

PARAGON -- modelle

PARAGRAPH -- paragraf

PARALLEL -- paralel (-ar, -ogramma)

PARALYSIS -- paraliSe (-ar, -tic)

PARAMOUNT -- dominant, suprem, soverani

PARAMOUR -- metressa, amante

PARAPET -- parapete

PARAPHERNALIA -- utensiles, accessories, ornamentes

PARAPHRASE -- parafrase (-ar)

PARASITE -- ~ (-ic) PARASOL: para-sole

PARBOIL -- subbollientar, far demi-bollir

PARCEL -- paquette, pacca; v. partir

PARCH -- siccar, aridar, torrefar. PARCHED WITH THIRST: siccat per sete, haver sete ardent

PARCHMENT -- pergamen

PARDON -- ~ (-ar, -abil)

PARE -- (peel) decorticar; (trim) tonder, oiser

PARENT -- genitor; a. matrin, principal

PARENTAGE -- orígine, provenientie, descendentie

PARENTHESIS -- parenteSe (-tic)

PARIAH -- paria

PARIS, PLASTER OF -- * gipse

PARISH -- parocia ;(civil) comunité, comuna

PARISHIONER -- parocian

PARITY -- paritá

PARK -- parc; v. parcar

PARLANCE -- términos de conversation, linguage

PARLEY -- v. conferer (-entie), parlamentar

PARLIAMENT -- par lament (-ari, -ario)

PARLOUR -- salon

PARLOUS -- dangerosi, deplorabil

PAROCHIAL -- parocial

PARODY -- parodie (-iar, -ist)

PAROLE -- parol

PAROXYSM -- paroxisme

PARQUETRY -- parquette (-ar)

PARRICIDE -- n. patricide; (the act) patricidie

PARROT -- papagaye

PARRY -- parar, detornar; eluder

PARSE -- analisar

PARSIMONY -- parsimonie (-osi)

PARSLEY -- petrosel

PARSNIP -- pastinaca

PARSON -- prestro, pastor, paroco

PARSONAGE -- dom parocal

PART 1.|PART -- n. parte, portion; (role) rol.

FOR MY PART|PART -- quo concerne me.

FOR THE MOST PART|PART -- in general, max sovente.

TO TAKE PART|PART -- partiprender.

TO TAKE A PERSON'S PART|PART -- defender, suportar.

TO TAKE IN GOOD PART|PART -- ne ofender se pri.

TO PART COMPANY|PART -- separar se.

TO PART HAIR|PART -- rayar.

TO PART WITH|PART -- ne retener, donar;

PART 2.|PART -- v. partir, divider, separar (se); divorciar

PARTAKE -- partiprender, divider; co-manjar

PARTIAL -- ~ (-itá). TO BE ~ TO: haver un predilection por

PARTICIPATE -- partiprender, participar (-ante, -ation)

PARTICIPLE -- participie (-al)

PARTICLE -- particul, pezzette

PARTICULAR -- a. particulari (-tá); propri, precis; n. detallie

PARTICULARLY -- precipue

PARTING -- separation; (hair) ray

PARTISAN -- ~, adherente, adepte

PARTITION -- ~, division; (wall) parete

PARTLY -- in parte, partmen

PARTNER -- partenero, associate, socio, compane. SLEEPING ~: comanditario

PARTNERSHIP -- association

PARTRIDGE -- perdrice

PARTURITION -- ~, acuchament

PARTY -- gruppe, truppe, bande; (faction) partise, clan; (person) person, complice, partiprensor; (entertainment) festa, soaré; (of travellers) caravane

PARTYCOLOURED -- mixtcolori, plviricolori

PARTY-WALL -- mur intercomun

PARVENU -- parvenú

PASCHAL -- pascal

PASHA -- pachá

PASQUINADE -- ~

PASS 1.|PASS -- v. passar (-abil, -ada. -ant), far passar, transdar; (approve) aprobar.

TO PASS AWAY|PASS -- morir; evanescer.

TO PASS BY|PASS -- preterear; (~ a law) votar.

TO PASS THE NIGHT|PASS -- pernoctar; (suffice) suficer; (surpass) superar; (~ a test) trapassar, successar;

PASS 2.|PASS -- n. (defile) pass, defilé; (state) statu, condition; (permit) passe, permissive

PASS OFF -- v. far acceptar; forpassar

PASS, BRING TO -- * causar, far evenir

PASS, COME TO -- * evenir

PASSAGE -- ~, trajecte, passada, coridor.

BIRD OF ~ -- avie migratori; tmusic etc.) excerpte, parte

PASS-BOOK -- bank-libre

PASSENGER -- passagero, viageator

PASSER-BY -- passante, pretereante

PASSING -- efemeri

PASSION -- ~ (-al, -at)

PASSIVE -- a. passiv; n. passive

PASSOVER -- pasca (-al)

PASSPORT -- pass(a)parol

PAST -- a. passat; prep, preter; (after) pos; n. (li) passate

PASTE -- (dough) pasta; (adhesive) glutine, colle (-ar)

PASTEBOARD -- carton

PASTEL -- pastelle, pictura in -

PASTILLE -- ~

PASTIME -- passa-témpor, divertissement

PASTOR -- ~ (-al, -atu)

PASTRY -- pastete (-era)

PASTURE -- pastura (-ar, -age); v. paster, pasturar

PASTY -- n. pastete

PAT -- adv. aptmen, sin hesitation; (blow) frappa, tappa; (of butter) pezze

PATCH -- Lapp (-osi, -allia); (of colour) macul; (tyre) plastre; v. lappar, repezzar. TO ~ UP: reparar, provar, arangear

PATCHWORK -- repezzament, lapperíe

PATE -- vertice; cap

PATELLA -- rotul

PATENT -- a. manifest; evident; patentat. ~ LEATHER: polit cute; n. patente, brevete (—ar)

PATENTEE -- patentario

PATERNAL -- patrin

PATERNOSTER -- patrenostre

PATH -- ped-via, viette; (sidewalk) trottuore

PATHETIC -- patetic

PATHOLOGIST -- patologo (-ie, -ic)

PATHOS -- pátos

PATIENCE -- patientie

PATIENT -- a. ~, longanim; n. patiente, malade (-o)

PATINA -- pátina

PATOIS -- dialecte (provincial)

PATRIARCH -- ~ (-al, -atu)

PATRICIAN -- patricio

PATRIMONY -- patrimonie

PATRIOT -- ~ (-ic, -isme)

PATRON -- ~ (-age, -al, -atu, -isar), cliente; (of arts) mecen

PATRONYMIC -- nomine familial

PATRONIZING -- condescendent (-ie)

PATTER -- v. (sound) claccar, battettar; (speech) babillar

PATTERN -- n. modelle, mustre, specimen; tip, dessine, arangeament

PAUCITY -- scarsitá, manca, pocitá

PAUNCH -- panse, ventre

PAUPER -- povre, indigente; recivente de almosne

PAUSE -- ~ (-ar), intervalle

PAVE -- v. pavar (-ament, -ero). PAVING-STONE: pave

PAVILION -- pavillion

PAW -- n. patte; v. pattar, grattar

PAWN -- n. gage, garantie; (chess) pion; v. dar in gage, hipotecar

PAWNBROKER -- prestator contra gage

PAY -- payar (-ation. -ament, -ator, -and, -abil); (a visit) far; ( ~ attention) atenter; (be worth while) valer li pena. ~ OUT: (naut.) filar, lassar ear. ~ OFF INSTALMENTS: amortisar; n. salarie

PEA -- pise; (sweet ~) latire

PEACE -- pace, tranquilitá, quietesse, calme. TO MAKE ~: pacificar, (re)conciliar

PEACEFUL -- pacific, tranquil

PEACH -- persic (-iero)

PEACOCK -- pavon(e). PEAHEN: pavona

PEAK -- pic, cime, sómmite; (of cap) visiere. PEAKED CAP: kepi

PEAL; n. (thunder) bruida, resonada -- (bells) clocheada; (set of bells) clochage; v. clochear, sonar

PEAR -- pire (-iero)

PEARL -- perle. MOTHER-OP-PEARL; perlematre, nacre

PEASANT -- paisan, rurane

PEAT -- torf (-iera)

PEBBLE -- rond lápide

PECCADILLO -- ~, culpette, delicte

PECK -- v. becar: n. beca; (mesura anglesi) du gallones = 9,08 litres

PECTORAL -- ~

PECULATION -- defraudation

PECULIAR -- singulari, strangi, apart; (belonging only to) propri a

PECULIARITY -- singularitá, strangitá

PECUNIARY -- pecuniari

PEDAGOGUE -- pedagogo (-ie, -ica)

PEDAL -- n. pedale (-ar)

PEDANT -- pedante (-ic, -isme, -eríe)

PEDDLE -- v. colportar (-ero)

PEDESTAL -- pedestale

PEDESTRIAN -- a. pedeatori; n. pedon, pedeator

PEDIGREE -- genealogie, descendentie

PEDLAR -- colportero

PEDUNCLE -- stipite

PEEL -- v. (scale off) desquamar; (fruit) decorticar, depellar; n. cortice, pelle, cruste

PEEP -- v. regardar (secretmen); (~ out) monstrar se; (chirp) pipiar; n. curt regarda

PEER -- v. regardar, gapar; n. nobilo (-ite, -itá); (equal) egale

PEERLESS -- sin egal, íncomparabil

PEEVISH -- iritabil, petulant

PEEWIT -- vanelle

PEG -- clove lignin, jalon, palissette; (hook) croc; v. palissettar

PEG AWAY -- v. perseverar

PEJORATIVE -- pejorativ (-e)

PELARGONIUM -- ~

PELICAN -- ~

PELISSE -- ~ (-ero, -eríe, -ería, -age)

PELLET -- bulette

PELLICLE -- pellicul, membrane

PELL-MELL -- pelmel

PELLUCID -- clar, limpid

PELT -- v. bombardar, lapidar; (of rain) torrentear

PELVIS -- pelve (-ic)

PEN -- plum; (enclosure) inhagatura, padó; v. scrir; (animals) inhagar

PENAL -- ~, punitiv. ~ SERVITUDE: servitude penitentiari

PENALTY -- punition. TO PAY THE ~ FOR: expiar

PENANCE -- penitentie. TO DO ~: peniter, far penitentie

PENCIL -- crayon; (brush) pinsel; (of light) fasce

PENDANT -- n. pendette, pendente

PENDING -- a. índecidet, pendent; prep, til, atendent

PENDULUM -- pendul

PENETRATE -- penetrar (-ant, -ation, -abil)

PENGUIN -- pinguine

PENHOLDER -- plumiero

PENICILLIN -- penicilline

PENINSULA -- peninsul (-ari)

PENIS -- pénis

PENITENT -- ~ (-ie, -ial)

PENITENTIARY -- penitentiaria, punitoria

PENKNIFE -- canif

PENMAN -- caligraf (-ie), scritor

PENNANT -- pennon

PENNILESS -- indigent, sin moné

PENNY -- pennie

PENSION -- ~ (-ar, -ari, -ario, -ero)

PENSIVE -- pensaci, pensativ, trist

PENT UP -- * restrictet, supresset

PENTAGON -- ~, quinangul

PENTA- -- ~ (-edre, -gon, -gramma, -corde, -metre, -teuche)

PENTECOST -- ~ (-al)

PENULTIMATE -- penultim, ante-ultim

PENUMBRA -- penombre

PENURIOUS -- indigent, necessitosi

PENURY -- povritá, misere

PENWIPER -- essuya-plum

PEONY -- peonie

PEOPLE -- (nation) popul; (persons) homes, gente. ~ SAY THAT...: on di que...; v. popular

PEPPER -- pipre (-ar, -iere, -bux). RED ~: paprica, rubi pipre

PEPPERMINT -- pipremint, minte piprin

PEPSIN -- pepsine

PER -- (by means of) ~; (for each) por

PERADVENTURE -- fórsan, per hasarde

PERAMBULATE -- travader

PERAMBULATOR -- coche de beté

PERCEIVE -- percepter (-ion, -iv, -ibil), vider, observar

PER CENT -- percent (-age)

PERCEPTIBLE -- perceptibil, sentibil

PERCH -- n. pal, fust; (fish) perche; v. alt-seder

PERCHANCE -- fórsan

PERCOLATE -- filtrar; (leak) liccar

PERCUSSION -- ~. ~ CAP: capsul

PERDITION -- ruine, perition

PEREGRINATE -- peregrinar (-ation)

PEREMPTORY -- peremptori, decisiv

PERENNIAL -- perenni, multannual; perpetui

PERFECT -- a. ~ (-er, -ion, -ibil, -men)

PERFIDIOUS -- perfid (-ie, -itá)

PERFORATE -- perforar (-ation, -ator, -ette)

PERFORCE -- necessimen, per fortie

PERFORM -- far, executer, efectuar, acompleer, luder, performar (-antie)

PERFORMANCE -- presentation; (machine) potentie, execution

PERFUME -- n. parfúm (-ar, -ero, -ería)

PERFUNCTORY -- superficial, índiferent

PERGOLA -- pérgola

PERHAPS -- fórsan

PERIL -- dangere (-osi), risca

PERIMETER -- perimetre, periferie

PERIOD -- periode (-ic, -icitá), epoca; duration

PERIODICAL -- gazette, periodico, revúe

PERIPATETIC -- ~

PERIPHERY -- periferie, circumferentie

PERIPHRASIS -- perifrase (-ar, -tic), circumlocution

PERISCOPE -- ~

PERISH -- perir (-ition)

PERITONITIS -- peritonite

PERIWIG -- peruque

PERIWINKLE -- (mollusc) litorine; (bot.) pervinca

PERJURY -- perjurie (-ar, -osi)

PERKY -- self-assertiv, ínpudent

PERMANENT -- ~ (-ie), constant

PERMEATE -- permear (-abil), penetrar, saturar

PERMISSION -- ~

PERMIT -- v. permisser (-ion, -ibil, -iv); n. permission, licentie, permissive

PERMUTE -- permutar (-ation)

PERNICIOUS -- perniciosi, nociv

PERORATION -- ~

PEROXIDE -- ~

PERPENDICULAR -- perpendiculari (-tá), vertical

PERPETRATE -- cometter

PERPETUAL -- perpetui, íncessant, constant

PERPETUATE -- perpetuar (-itá)

PERPLEX -- confuser, embarassar. PERPLEXED: perplex (-itá, —er), confuset

PERQUISITE -- suplement customal

PERRY -- pir-cidre

PERSECUTE -- persecuter (-ion, -or)

PERSEVERE -- v. perseverar (-ant, -antie)

PERSIST -- persister (-ent, -entie); (endure) durar

PERSON -- ~ (-al, -alitá, -ificar), individue

PERSONAGE -- ~

PERSONABLE -- de bon aspecte

PERSONATE -- representar, rolar quam

PERSONIFY -- personificar

PERSONNEL -- personale, equip

PERSPECTIVE -- ~

PERSPICACIOUS -- perspicaci (-tá), sagaci

PERSPICUOUS -- clar, evident

PERSPIRE -- sudar (-ore), transpirar

PERSUADE -- persuaDer (-sion, -siv)

PERSUASION -- (creed) crede, confession

PERT -- vivaci; impertinent (-ie), insolent

PERTAIN -- a partener, relater

PERTINACIOUS -- persistent, pertinaci; renitent (-ie)

PERTINENT -- ~

PERTURB -- perturbar (-ation), trublar

PERUSE -- traleer (-tion)

PERVADE -- difuser se, perinear, plenar

PERVERSE -- perversi (-tá)

PERVERT -- v. perverter; n. perverteto

PERVIOUS -- penetrabil, permeabil

PESSIMISM -- pessimisme

PEST -- peste; tormente; trublard

PESTER -- tormentar, molestar

PESTILENT -- ~ (-ie, -ial)

PESTLE -- pistel (-ar)

PET -- a. preferet; v. caressar; (pamper) dorlotar; n. favorito, dorloton

PETAL -- petale (-at, -in)

PETARD -- petarde (-ar, -ero)

PETIOLE -- petiol, stípite de folie

PETITION -- v. petir (—ition, -ida, —itionario), suplicar

PETREL -- ~

PETRIEY -- petrificar (-ation)

PETROL -- benzine

PETROLEUM -- petroleo

PETTICOAT -- jupon

PETTIFOGGING -- bagatellic

PETTISH -- petulant (-ie)

PETTY -- litt, ínsignificant, trivial. ~ OFFICER: suboficero

PETULANT -- ~, oapriciosi

PETUNIA -- petunie

PEW -- banca, stul ( in ecclesia)

PEWTER -- alliage de stanno

PHALANX -- falange

PHANTASM -- spectre, fantoma; ilusion

PHANTASMAGORIA -- fantasmagorie

PHANTOM -- fantoma

PHARISEE -- fariséo (-ic)

PHARMACEUTICAL -- farmaceutic

PHARMACIST -- farmacist

PHARMACOPOEIA -- f armacopé

PHARMACY -- farmacie; (place) farrnacia, apoteca

PHAROAH -- faraon

PHARYNX -- faringe (-ite)

PHASE -- fasa

PHEASANT -- fasan

PHENOMENON -- fenomen (-al)

PHIAL -- fiale, botellette, ampulle

PHILANTHROPIST -- filantrop (-ic, -ie)

PHILATELY -- filatelie (-ic)

PHILHARMONIC -- filharmonic

PHILISTINE -- n. filistino (-isme)

PHILOLOGIST -- filologo (-ic, -ie)

PHILOSOPHER -- filosof (-ic, -ie)

PHILTRE -- amor-trincage

PHLEGM -- muc (-osi); (of temperament) flegma (-tic)

PHLOX -- flox

PHOENIX -- fénix

PHONETIC -- fonetic (-a)

PHONETICIAN -- fonetico

PHONOGRAPH -- fonograf

PHONOGRAPHY -- stenografie (-ic)

PHOSPHATE -- fosfate

PHOSPHORESCE -- fosforescer (-entie)

PHOSPHORUS -- fosfor (-ic)

PHOTOGRAPH -- foto, fotogramma

PHOTOGRAPHER -- fotograf (-ie, -ic)

PHRASE -- frase (-eologie), locution

PHRENOLOGIST -- frenolog (-ie, -ic)

PHTHISIS -- ftise (-ic)

PHYSIC -- medicament

PHYSICAL -- corporal, fisic

PHYSICIAN -- medico

PHYSICIST -- fisico, fisicist

PHYSICS -- fisica

PHYSIOGNOMY -- fisionomie

PHYSIOLOGIST -- fisiolog (-ie, -ic)

PIANO -- ~ (-ist)

PICCANINNY -- negrelle

PICK -- n. (tool) pioche (-ar); (the best) li max bon; v. selecter (-ion); (with beak) becar; (a fowl) pluccar, deplumar; (a bone) roder. TO ~ AT: demarjar, manjettar; (~ pockets) furter; (a quarrel) serchar

PICK UP -- levar; trovar; (recover) recuperar

PICKABACK -- adv. sur li dorse; n. surdorse

PICKAXE -- pic, pioche

PICKET -- pal; (mil.) pikett (-ar)

PICKLE -- v. salar, marinar (-age)

PICKLES -- marinage, manjage vinagrat

PICKPOCKET -- ~, tascard

PICNIC -- ~

PICTORIAL -- ilustrat(iv)

PICTURE -- n. pictura (-esc), image; portrete; v. picter; imaginar; descrir; representar

PIE -- pastete; (fruit) torte

PIEBALD -- multicolori

PIECE -- pezze, portion, fragment; (theatre) drama. A ~ OF NEWS: un nova. TO TAKE TO PIECES: demonter; v. repezzar, lappar

PIECEMEAL -- in pezzes, ye pezzes

PIECEWORK -- labore per tache

PIED -- diverscolori, maculat

PIER -- molo, debarcatoria; (pillar) pilare, colonne

PIERCE -- v. (per)forar, traforar, penetrar (-ant)

PIETY -- pietá (-isme), devotion

PIFFLE -- nonsense

PIG -- svin (-ello, -ería); (iron) mulde

PIGEON -- columbe (-icultor). WOOD ~: palumbe

PIGEONHOLE -- compartiment

PIGGERY -- svinería, svin-stalle

PIGHEADED -- obstinat

PIGMENT -- ~ (-ar, -ation), color

PIGMY -- pigméo

PIKE -- lucio; (weapon) pic-arme

PILASTER -- pilastre

PILE -- (stake) pal; (heap) amasse, cumul; (of cloth) crine; (galvanic) colonne galvanic, pil

PILES -- hemoroides

PILFER -- furter

PILGRIM -- peregrino (-ar, -age, -ation)

PILL -- pillul

PILLAGE -- v. pilliar (-iage, -iard)

PILLAR -- pilare, colonne, pilastre

PILLARBOX -- lettre-bux

PILLION -- detra-sede

PILLORY -- pilorie (-iar)

PILLOW -- cap-cussine. ~ CASE: cussiniere

PILOT -- ~ (-ar, -age), stirmann

PIMENTO -- piment

PIMP -- cupulero, proxenete

PIMPLE -- pustul (-osi)

PIN -- n. pingle; bolt; v. pinglar, fixar per pingles

PINAFORE -- avantale

PINCE-NEZ -- pince-nase

PINCERS -- pince

PINCH -- v. pincear; restricter (se), privar se; (steal) furter; n. pinceada; (small quantity) prense, dosa

PINCUSHION -- pingle-cussine, agulliero, porta-pingle

PINE -- n. pine (-astre); v. languir; (- for) sospirar, desirar fortmen

PINEAPPLE -- ananas

PINION -- n. (wing) ale; ultim articulation de ale; (mech.) pinion; v. ligar, catonar (li brasses)

PINK -- a. rosi, rosatri; n. diante

PINNACE -- pinasse, demi-barcasse

PINNACLE -- pinacul, sómmit, pic; cálmine

PINT -- (mesura anglesi) pinte

PIONEER -- pionero

PIOUS -- pie (-tá)

PIP -- (disease) pips; (fruit) nucleo; v. pipiar

PIPE -- n. (tobacco) pip; (Water etc.) tub; (mus.) sifflette, siffluore, flaute; (bagpipes) cornamuse; v. sifflar, luder li cornamuse

PIPECIAY -- pip-argil

PIPER -- flautist, cornamusero

PIQUANT -- picant (-ie)

PIQUE -- n. rancore, resentiment; v. vexar, rancorar

PIRATE -- ~ (eríe, -ie, -ic), corsaro; v. editer sin jure, plagiar

PIROUETTE -- n. piruette (-ar)

PISCATORIAL -- piscatori

PISS -- v. pissar (-uore), urinar

PISTACHIO -- pistache (-iero)

PISTIL -- (bot.) pistille

PISTOL -- ~

PISTON -- ~

PIT -- n. puteo, cave, fosse; (coal~) miniera; abisse; (theatre) parterre; v. (~ against) oposir; (mark) marcar

PIT-A-PAT -- palpitant; battent

PITCH; n. pech (-ar); (degree) gradu, cúlmine; (mus.) ton; (plac -- v. jettar, lansar (-ada): (set up) erecter; (fall) cader; (of ships) tangar (-age); (mus.) acordar, dar li ton. ~ INTO: ataccar, agresser

PITCHBLENDE -- pechurane

PITCHER -- cruche, aquiere

PITCHFORK -- furca

PITEOUS -- miserabil, atristant, dolent

PITFALL -- captuore, trappe

PITH -- (marrow) medulle; (of a subjeet) nucleo

PITIABLE -- campatibil

PITIFUL -- misericordiosi, trist, miserabil

PITILESS -- sin compatiment, ínexorabil

PITTANCE -- portionache

PITY -- v. compatir (-iment), compassionar, comiserar; n. compassion, compatientie. IT IS A ~: it es damage

PIVOT -- n. ~ (-ar)

PLACARD -- afiche (-ar), placate

PLACATE -- pacificar, conciliar (-abil)

PLACE -- n. loco; (public square) plazza; spacie; residentia oficia. IN THE FIRST ~: ante omno, in unesim loc. OUT OF ~: ínoportun, ne pertinent. TO TAKE ~: far se, evenir. IN ~ OF: vice; v. locar, metter, posir, plazzar; colocar

PLACENTA -- ~ (-al, -ari)

PLACID -- ~ (-itá)

PLAGIARIZE -- plagiar (-ate, -ator, -ari)

PLAGUE -- peste, pestilentie; v. tormentar, vexar, tribular

PLAICE -- plat-pisc

PLAID -- tartan-chal, plede

PLAIN -- n. planura; a. clar, evident, simplic; (frank) franc; (in looks) ne bell; (of material) unicolori, sin dessines

PLAIN CLOTHES -- * n. civil vestiment; a. sin uniforme

PLAINT -- plende, lamentation

PLAINTIFF -- plenditor, acusator

PLAINTIVE -- plendaci

PLAIT -- v. plecter (-ura); n. (hair) tresse (-ar); (of dress) - plica

PLAN -- ~, dessine, projects; esquisse; intention; v. planar, projecter

PLANE -- a. plani; .n. (tool) rabot (-ar, -uore); (tree) platane; (air~) avion

PLANET -- planete (-ari, -arium)

PLANK -- planca

PLANT -- plante (-ar, -ation, -ator, -age); (mech.) aparate, machinage, installation

PLANTAIN -- (tree) plantaniero; (weed) plantago

PLAQUE -- plaquette

PLASH -- barbotar, clapotar

PLASMA -- ~

PLASTER -- n. stucca (-ar, -ator, -atura); (med.) piastre. ~ OF PARIS: gipse (building ~) plastre

PLASTIC -- a. ~ (-itá)

PLASTICINE -- plastiline

PLATE; n. platil; (metal sheet) lámine; (glass, phot.) plate; SI -- service argentin; argenteríe; (door ~) plaquette; v. laminar, (in)argentar, aurar

PLATEAU -- plató

PLATEGLASS -- polit vitre

PLATFORM -- ~

PLATING, ARMOUR -- * curasse

PLATINUM -- platine (-ar, -ic)

PLATITUDE -- banalitá

PLATONIC -- ~

PLATOON -- peloton

PLAUDIT -- aplause, aprobation

PLAUSIBLE -- plausibil (-itá), suavi

PLAY -- v. luder; (~ water) spruzzar; n. lude; drama, teatrage; function; (freedom of movement) libertá de motion

PLAYER -- lusor; actor

PLAYFUL -- ludaci, jocosi

PLAYGROUND -- lud-corte, lud-terren

PLAYMATE -- lud-camarade (-o, -a)

PLAYTHING -- ludette

PLEA -- excusa; pretexte; (legal) pleda

PLEAD -- pledar; (offer as excuse) pretextar; suplicar. TO ~ GUILTY: confesser su culpa

PLEASANT -- agreabil, plesent, afabil

PLEASANTRY -- joca

PLEASE -- pleser (-ent, -ura). IF YOU ~: si it plese vos; (kindly) pies...

PLEASED -- content. TO BE ~: joyar, esser content

PLEAT -- plica

PLEBEIAN -- n. plebeyo (-an)

PLEBISCITE -- ~

PLEDGE -- n. garantíe (-ir), gage (-ar); v. (~ oneself) obligar, dar quam gage

PLENIPOTENTIARY -- a. plenipotentiari (-o)

PLENITUDE -- plenitá; abundantie

PLENTEOUS -- abundant

PLENTIFUL -- abundant

PLENTY -- suficent, sat mult de; n. abundantie

PLEONASM -- pleonasme

PLEONASTIC -- ~

PLETHORA -- superabundantie, pletore

PLEURA -- ~ (-esie, -ite)

PLIABLE -- flexibil, plicabil (-itá), docil

PLIANT -- flexibil, docil, ductil

PLIERS -- pince

PLIGHT -- statu, condition, situation

PLINTH -- plint; socle

PLOD -- ear o laborar assiduimen, perseverar

PLOT -- n. complot (-ar), intriga; (of land) parcelle; v. conspirar (-ation, -ator)

PLOUGH -- n. plug (-ar, -ator, -ferre), arar; (Astr.) ursa major

PLOVER -- vanelle

PLUCK -- v. colier; (pull) tirar; (poultry) pluccar, deplumar; (~ out), eradicar, extirpar; n. corage, bravore

PLUCKY -- corageosi, brav

PLUG -- tampon; (bung) tapon (-ar)

PLUM -- prun (-iero, -iera)

PLUMAGE -- ~

PLUMB -- n. sonde (-ar), perpendicul; a. vertical, perpendiculari

PLUMBAGO -- grafite

PLUMBER -- plumbero

PLUME -- ~; (tuft) plum-toffe; v. (~ oneself) orgolliar se pri

PLUMMET -- sonde

PLUMP -- a. grassosi, grassatri

PLUNDER -- v. pilliar (-iage, -iard), raubar; marodar

PLUNGE -- n. plongea (-ar, -ada, -ero)

PLUPERFECT -- n. pluperfecte

PLURAL -- a. ~ (-itá, -ité); n. plurale

PLUS -- ~

PLUSH -- pluche

PLUTOCRAT -- ~ (-ic, -ie)

PLY -- v. intercurrer; (a trade etc.) ocupar se pri, exercir; (use) usar; (~ with) furnir; (questions) interrogar

PNEUMATIC -- ~ ; (tyre) pneumatico

PNEUMONIA -- pneumonie, pulmonite

POACH -- (eggs) bollir sin cortice; (game) braconar (-age, -ero)

POCK -- variol-marca

POCKET -- n. tasca (-abil). ~KNIFE: canif. ~HANDKERCHIEF: manu-toale, nas-linette; v. intascar

POD -- silique. PEA ~: pisiere

PODGY -- grass, carnut

POEM -- poema

POESY -- poesie, verse

POET -- poete (-ic, -ica, -essa, -astro, -isar)

POETRY -- poesie

POGROM -- ~

POIGNANT -- mordent, acri

POINT 1.|POINT -- n. punctu; (trait) trate; (aim) scope; (tip) punta.

ON THE POINT OF|POINT -- sur li punctu de.

TO THE POINT|POINT -- pertinent.

POINT OF VIEW|POINT -- vise-punctu.

POINTS -- (rail.) rel comutatori, agullie;

POINT 2.|POINT -- v. (aim) directer, apuntar; (indicate) monstrar; (sharpen) puntar.

TO POINT OUT|POINT -- signalar, far atention a

POINT-BLANK -- direct. TO REFUSE ~: refusar decisivmen

POINTED -- significant; acut

POINTER -- signe, indicator, indication; (dog) póinter

POISE -- n. equilibrie; v. equilibrar

POISON -- venen (-ar, -osi); toxine

POKE -- pussar; (fire) agitar, inbrasar; (fun) mocar; n. pussa

POKER -- foy-ferre; (cards) póker

POKY -- a. strett, constrictet, restrictet

POLE -- pal, palisse; (of vehicle) timon

POLE -- (astr. elect.) pol (-ari, -aritá, -arisar)

POLE-AXE -- buch-hacca

POLECAT -- pútor

POLEMICS -- polemica (-ar)

POLICE -- policie; adj. policial

POLICEMAN -- policist

POLICY -- (plan) plan de action; (politics) political; (insur.) police

POLIOMYELITIS -- poliomielite

POLISH -- v. polir (-ition), vernissar; n. (shine) politura, lustre; (substance) cire; (fig.) elegantie, fin manieres

POLITE -- polit (-esse), cortesi (-e)

POLITICS -- politica (-al)

POLITICIAN -- politico (-astro)

POLKA -- ~

POLL -- n. (head) cap; (ballot) balotation; registre, list electoral; election; v. votar

POLLEN -- polline (-ar, -ation)

POLLUTE -- v. polluer (-ution), sordidar

POLO -- ~

POLONAISE -- polonese

POLTROON -- poltron (-eríe), caudard

POLY- -- poli-acustic, -glott, -gamie, -gon, -fonic. -merisar, -síllabe, -tecnic, -teist, -teisme etc.

POLYP, POLYPUS -- polip

POMADE -- ~

POMEGRANATE -- granate

POMMEL -- n. buton, pomel; v. batter, bastonar

POMP -- pompe (-osi)

POND -- stagne

PONDER -- ponderar, meditar, reflecter

PONDERABLE -- pbnderabil, pesabil

PONDEROUS -- ponderosi, pesant

PONIARD -- puniale

PONTIFICAL -- , pontific (-o, -atu)

PONTOON -- ponton

PONY -- ponie

POODLE -- púdel

POOH-POOH -- v. mocar, derider

POOL -- n. stagne; (fund) funde comun; (comm., fin.) sindicate

POOP -- n. castell de stern

POOR -- a. povri (-itá), indigent; inferiori; n. THE ~: li povres

POORLY -- a. indisposit; adv. mal

POP -- v. exploder. TO ~ IN OR OUT: intrar o exear subitmen. POP!: crac!

POPE -- pápa (-atu, -isrne); (fish) pope

POPINJAY -- papagaye; dandy

POPLAR -- pople

POPLIN -- popline

POPPY -- papavre

POPULACE -- populache

POPULAR -- populari (-tá, -isar)

POPULATE -- popular (-ation)

POPULOUS -- populosi

PORCELAIN -- n. porcelane (-in, -ería)

PORCH -- portico, vestibul

PORCINE -- svinin, porcin

PORCUPINE -- histric, porcospine

PORE -- n. ~ (-osi, -ositá); v. (~ over) studiar assiduimen

PORK -- svinine, porcine

PORPHYRY -- porfire

PORPOISE -- marsvine, delfine

PORRIDGE -- aven-sup

PORT -- portu (-ari); (fig.) asil; (naut.) bacbord; (opening) apertura

PORT-WINE -- vin de Oporto

PORTABLE -- portabil

PORTAL -- portale

PORTCULLIS -- herse de porta, ponte levabil

PORTEND -- v. ominar, augurar

PORTENT -- ómine, augurie

PORTENTOUS -- ominosi, miraculosi

PORTER -- porta-bagage, portator; (doorkeeper) portero, portario; (beer) pórter

PORTERAGE -- custas de liveration PORTFOLIO: portafolie

PORTHOLE -- fenestre de nave, porta

PORTICO -- ~

PORTLON -- ~, parte; dot; v. partir, portionar

PORTLY -- corpulent

PORTMANTEAU -- porta-mantó, valise, coffre

PORTRAIT -- portrete (-ar, -ist)

PORTRAY -- picter; descrir, portretar, representar

POSE -- v. (questions) posir; (baffle) perplexar, embarassar; (attitudinize) posar; n. posa

POSER -- question desfacil; (person) positor

POSITION -- ~; (rank) rang; (job) oficie

POSITIVE -- cert, absolut, positiv

POSSE -- bande, truppe

POSSESS -- posseDer (-ssion, -ssiv, -ssor)

POSSESSION; ~. TO TAKE ~ OF -- ocupar; capter

POSSIBLE -- possibil (-itá)

POST -- n. (pole) pal; (letters) posta (-al); (mil. etco) posto; (employment) oficie; v. (letters) inpostar, expedir; (mil.) postar; (accounts) inscrir; (bill-post) afichar, placatar

POSTAGE -- porte. ~ STAMP: post-marca, marca postal

POSTAL-ORDER -- mandate postal

POSTCARD -- post-carte, carte postal POST-DATE: posdatar

POSTE-RESTANTE -- posta-restant

POSTER -- placate, afiche

POSTERIOR -- a. posteriori; n. posteriore, cul

POSTERITY -- posterité

POST-FREE -- porte-franc, porte payat

POSTHUMOUS -- posthum

POSTILLION -- postilion

POSTMAN -- postmann; porta-lettre, lettrero

POSTMARK -- stampa, obliteration

POSTMERIDIAN -- posmidían

POSTMORTUM -- a. pos morte; n. (inquest) necroscopie; (examination) autopsie

POST-OFFICE -- oficia postal, post-oficia

POST-PAID -- afrancat, porte payat

POSTPONE -- ajornar, procrastinar

POSTSCRIPT -- posscrite

POSTULATE -- postular (-ation, -ativ, -ate)

POSTURE -- positura, posa, attitude

POSY -- buquete

POT -- n. potte, vase; marmite. POT-BELLIED: ventrut; v. inpottar

POTABLE -- trincabil

POTASH -- potasse

POTASSIUM -- kalium

POTATION -- tisane

POTATO -- potate, terr-pom

POTENT -- ~ (-ie, -ial, -iale)

POTENTATE -- potentate; soverano

POTENTILLA -- ~

POTION -- tisane, trincament, trincage

POTTER -- n. pottero (-ía, -íe)

POUCH -- sac, tasca

POUFFE -- puff

POULTICE -- cataplasma

POULTRY -- cort-avies, aviallia

POUNCE -- v. ataccar subitmen, sursaltar; n. pulvere de pumice

POUND -- (money, weight) pund; (for animals) corrale; v. pistar, triturar; aplastar

POUR -- v. versar; (of rain) diluviar, precipitar se

POUT -- v. budar

POVERTY -- povritá, indigentie

POWDER -- púlvere (-iera, -isar); (toilet ~) pudre (-ar). POWDER-PUFF: pudre-quast

POWER -- (capability) possentie; (might) potentie; (right) autoritá; (strength) fortie

POWERFUL -- potent; eficaci

POWERLESS -- ínpotent, debil

POX -- sifilise (-tic)

PRACTICAL -- practic, practical

PRACTICALLY -- presc; virtualmen

PRACTICE -- n. practica; custom, hábitu; exercitie, usa; clientela

PRACTISE -- v. practicar, exercir, executer

PRACTISED -- expert, exercit; versat

PRACTITIONER -- practicante, medico

PRAGMATIC -- ~

PRAIRIE -- prería

PRAISE -- elogie, laude (-ar, -abil, -ativ)

PRAM -- coche de bebé

PRANCE -- v. saltettar

PRANK -- buffoneríe, escapade

PRATE -- babill(ach)ar, fanfaronar

PRATTLE -- v. babillettar

PRAWN -- crevette

PRAY -- pregar, suplicar

PRAYER -- prega

PRE- -- (prefix) pre-judicar, -meditar, -ponderar etc.

PREACH -- predicar (-ation, -ator), proner

PREAMBLE -- introduction, prefacie

PREBEND -- prebende (-ario)

PRECARIOUS -- precari (-tá), ínstabil, ínsecur

PRECAUTION -- ~

PRECEDE -- anteceDer, preceDer (-ent)

PRECEPT -- maxime, regul, precepte

PRECEPTOR -- ~ (-atu)

PRECINCTS -- limites, confines

PRECIOUS -- preciosi, valorosi. ~ STONE: juvel

PRECIPICE -- precipitie

PRECIPITATE -- parecipitar (-ant, -ation), jettar; n. precipitate

PRECIPITOUS -- abrupt, scarpat

PRECIS -- resumé, resumate

PRECISE -- precis, exact. TO MAKE ~: preciser

PRECISION -- ~

PRECLUDE -- preventer, impedir

PRECOCIOUS -- precoci (-tá), prematur

PRECONCERTED -- preconsentit

PRECURSOR -- ~ (-i)

PREDATORY -- predatori; raptori, raptaci

PREDECEASE -- predeceDer

PREDECESSOR -- processor, antecessor

PREDESTINATE -- predestinar (-ation)

PREDICAMENT -- embarassament

PREDICATE -- v. asserter, afirmar; n. ~

PREDICT -- predir (-ition, -itor)

PREDILECTION -- ~, preferentie

PREDISPOSE -- preinclinar, predisposir

PREDOMINATE -- predominar (-ant, -antie), prevaler

PREEMINENT -- eminentissim, pre-eminent

PREEMPTION -- precompration

PREEN -- nettar; (~ oneself) orgolliar se

PREFACE -- prefacie (-ar), anteparol

PREFECT -- prefecte (-ura)

PREFER -- preferer (-entie, -ibil); promoer

PREFERMENT -- promotion, avansament

PREFIX -- n. prefixe (-ar)

PREGNANT -- (of meaning) ~ (-ie); (enceinte) gravid (-itá)

PREHENSILE -- prensil

PREHISTORIC -- ~

PREJUDICE -- n. prejudicie (-al, -ar); v. nocer, detrimentar

PRELATE -- ~

PRELIMINARY -- preliminari

PRELUDE -- ~ (-er)

PREMATURE -- prematur

PREMEDITATE -- premeditar (-ation)

PREMIER -- a. chef, prim; n. prim-ministre

PREMISE -- n. (logic) premisse (-er)

PREMISES -- locale, proprietá

PREMIUM -- premie. AT A ~: súper pari, súper nominale

PREMONITION -- ~, presentiment

PREOCCUPY -- v. (pre)ocupar (-ation)

PREPARE -- preparar (-ation, -atori, -ativ), apretar

PREPONDERATE -- preponderar (-ant, -antie), prevaler

PREPOSITION -- ~ (-al)

PREPOSSESSING -- atrativ

PREPOSSESSION -- inclination

PREPOSTEROUS -- absurd(issim)

PREPUCE -- prepucie

PREREQUISITE -- precondition

PREROGATIVE -- n. ~

PRESAGE -- v. predir, preindicar, ominar

PRESBYTER -- presbitero

PRESCIENCE -- presaventie

PRESCRIBE -- prescrir, receptuar; definir

PRESCRIPTION -- prescrition, receptu

PRESENCES presentie; (bearing) aspecte, personalitá. IN THE ~ OF -- córam. ~ OF MIND: presentie mental

PRESENT -- a. ~. AT ~: in presente, nu. FOR THE ~: ínterim. TO BE ~: assister; n. don, donation; (gramm.) presente; v. donar; presentar

PRESENTIMENT -- ~

PRESENTLY -- bentost

PRESERVE -- v. (protect) preservar (-ation, -ativ); (fruit) confiter, conservar; n. confitura, conserve; (game ~) chassería

PRESIDE -- presider (-ante, -entie, -ential)

PRESS -- v. presser (-ion, -ura); (insist) insistentmen petir; pussar, urger; n. (newspapers) presse; (machine) pressuore; (printing ~) print-machine; (of people) turbe

PRESSMAN -- jurnalist

PRESSURE -- pression, pressura

PRESTIGE -- prestigie, reputation

PRESUME -- presumpter, suposir; (take liberties) arogar se: profitar de; (dare) audaciar

PRESUMPTIVE -- presumptibil

PRESUMPTION -- audacitá

PRETENCE -- fiction, pretexte; (claim) pretension

PRETEND -- (claim) pretenDer (-ente, -sion); (feign) ficter, simular; (offer as a pretext) pretextar PRETENTIOUS: pretensiosi

PRETERIT -- preterite

PRETERNATURAL -- ~, preternormal

PRETEXT -- pretexte

PRETTY -- a. bell, pretti, jolli; adv. sat, passabilmen. ~ MUCH: presc

PREVAIL -- prevaler (-ent, -entie), dominar; successar. TO ~ ON: persuader

PREVARICATE -- prevarioar (-ation, -ator), equivocar

PREVENT -- preventer (-ion, -iv), impedir

PREVIOUS -- precedent, anteriori, anteyan; (last) ultim. ~ TO; ante. PREVIOUSLY: antey

PREVISION -- ~

PREY -- preda, victime. BEAST OF ~: bestie raptaci. BIRD OF ~: avie raptaci. TO PALL A ~ TO: devenir victime de. TO ~ ON: raubar, predar

PRICE -- precie, custa. REDUCED ~: rabatte PRICELESS: sin precie, ínestimabil. ~ LIST: tarif, precie-liste

PRICK -- n. pica (-ar): v. ticlar

PRICKLE -- spine (-osi); v. picar

PRIDE -- orgollie, fieritá; v. (~ oneself on) orgolliar se pri

PRIEST -- prestro, clerico (-acho, -allia), sacerdote (-al)

PRIESTCRAFT -- politica clerical

PRIG -- n. fatuo, pedanto

PRIM -- prud, precis, afectat

PRIMARY -- primari, chef, cardinal

PRIMATE -- archi-epíscop (-atu). PRIMATES: (Zool.) ~

PRIME -- a. principal, prim, max important; excellent; n. (of life) floreada, plen vigore; v. (fill) plenar; (a person) preparar; (a pump) cebar

PRIME-MINISTER -- prim-ministre

PRIMER -- n. manuale (elementari)

PRIMEVAL -- primitiv, del prim epoca, primeval

PRIMITIVE -- primitiv, crud

PRIMOGENITURE -- primogenitura

PRIMORDIAL -- ~, original, primitiv

PRIMROSE -- primal

PRIMUS -- archi-epíscop. ~ STOVE: forn portabil

PRINCE -- ~ (-essa), soverano

PRINCELY -- princeal, princesc; magnific

PRINCIPAL -- a. cardinal, principal; essential; n. principale, chef, director; (money) capitale

PRINCIPALITY -- principatu

PRINCIPALLY -- precipue

PRINCIPLE -- principle (-ial)

PRINT -- v. printar (-ate, -age, -ator, -ero, -ería); n. impression; fotogramma

PRINTING -- n. printation, tipografie

PRIOR -- a. priori (-tá), precedent; n. prior (-essa, -atu, -ia)

PRISM -- prisma (-tic)

PRISON -- prison (-ari, -ario), cárcere

PRISTINE -- primitiv

PRIVACY -- privatie, seclusion, retiratie

PRIVATE -- a. privat, particular!, secret; n. fantassin, soldate

PRIVATEER -- corsar-nave

PRIVATION -- ~

PRIVATIVE -- a. privativ; n. privative

PRIVET -- ligustre

PRIVILEGE -- privilegie (-iar)

PRIVY -- a. secret. TO BE ~ TO: haver conossentie de; n. latrine

PRISE -- aperter per levuore

PRIZE -- n. premie; (booty) prise; preda; v. apreciar, estimar. TO AWARD A ~ TO: premiar

PRIZE-FIGHT -- box-concurse

PROBABLE -- probabil (-itá, -men), versimil

PROBATE -- pruva o verification de testamentes

PROBATION -- prova; noviciatu

PROBE -- v. sondar, explorar

PROBITY -- integritá, honestitá

PROBLEM -- problema (-tic)

PROBOSCIS -- trompe; proboscide (-an)

PROCEDURE -- precede, procedura

PROCEED -- v. proceder, continuar, avansar. TO ~ FROM: provenir de. TO ~ TO: proceder

PROCEEDINGS -- transactiones; procedentie; (legal) processu. TO TAKE ~: processuar

PROCEEDS -- profite

PROCESS -- operation, curse; (legal) processu. ~BLOCK: cliché PROCESSION: ~ (-al)

PROCLAIM -- proclamar (-ation)

PROCLIVITY -- inclination, tendentie

PROCRASTINATE -- procrastinar (-ator, -ation), ajornar

PROCREATE -- geniter, procrear (-ation, -ator, -ativ)

PROCRUSTEAN -- de Procruste

PROCTOR -- ~

PROCURATOR -- ~

PROCURE -- procurar, obtener

PROCURER -- cuplator (-a), mediator

PROD -- incitar, picar, instigar

PRODIGAL -- n. prodigo (-al, -alitá)

PRODIGY -- prodigie (-osi)

PRODUCE -- producter (-ion, -or,—iv), causar, monstrar; n. producte

PROFANE -- a. profan, seculari, blasfematori; v. profanar (-ation), dessacrar, blasfemar

PROFESS -- professer, declarar; (avow) confesser; (claim) pretender

PROFESSION -- mestiere, profession (-al, -alisme); (avowal) confession

PROFESSOR -- ~ (-al, -atu)

PROFFER -- proposir, ofertar

PROFICIENT -- habil, competent (-ie), qualificat, expert

PROFILE -- profil (-ist)

PROFIT -- profite (-abil, -ar, -osi), ganie, lucre

PROFITABLE -- lucrativ, remunerativ, avantageosi

PROFLIGACY -- debocheríe

PROFLIGATE -- debochant, libertin (-isme, -o)

PROFOUND -- profund (-ore, -itá), abstrus

PROFUSE -- exuberant, prodigal, abundant, extravagant (-ie)

PROGENITOR -- ~

PROGENITURE -- progenitura

PROGENY -- genitura, descendentes

PROGNOSIS -- prognoSe (-stic)

PROGNOSTICATE -- predir, profetisar, augurar

PROGRAMME -- programma

PROGRESS -- n. progresse, avansament; v. progresser (-iv, -ist, -ion)

PROHIBIT -- interdicter, prohibir (-ition, -itiv)

PROJECT -- n. projecte; dessin: v. projector (-ion, -or, -iv); (jut out) prominer

PROJECTILE -- . ~

PROLETARIAN -- a. proletarian, proletario (-atu)

PROLIFIC -- fecund, prolific

PROLIX -- ~ (-itá), ínconcis

PROLOGUE -- prologo

PROLONG -- extenDer, prolongar (-ation)

PROMENADE -- (stroll) promenada; (place) promenuore, via de promenada, promenad-via

PROMINENT -- ~ (-ie), proeminent

PROMISCUOUS -- promiscui (-tá)

PROMISE -- n. promesse (-er)

PROMISING -- bon-augurant

PROMISSORY-NOTE -- billet promessori

PROMONTORY -- promontorie, cap

PROMOTE -- promoer (-tion, -tor, -tiv), avansar; iniciar

PROMPT -- ~ (-itá); v. suggester, instigar; (theatre) sufflar (-ator)

PROMULGATE -- promulgar (-ation), proclamar

PRONE -- inclinat; prostrat, jacent

PRONG -- punta

PRONOMINAL -- ~

PRONOUN -- pronomine PRONOUNCE: pronunciar (-abil, -ation), declarar

PRONOUNCED -- remarcabil, fort, definitiv

PROOF -- pruva; (printing) print-prova. WATER~: resistent, ínpermeabil, hermetic

PROP -- n. apoy, pal de apoy; v. apoyar, subtener, suportar

PROPAEDEUTIC -- propedeutic (-a)

PROPAGANDA -- difusion, propagande (-ist)

PROPAGATE -- propagar (-abil, -ation, -ator), difuser

PROPEL -- propulser (-ion, -or)

PROPELLOR -- helice, propulsor, propeller

PROPENSITY -- tendentie, inclination

PROPER -- convenent, decent; corect, just; (peculiar) propri

PROPERTY -- proprietá (-ario), possession; qualitá

PROPHECY -- profetie, predition

PROPHET -- profete (-ic, -isar, -essa)

PROPHYLACTIC -- a. profilactic; n. preventive

PROPINQUITY -- proximitá, parentitá

PROPITIATE -- conciliar (-atori, -ation), pacificar

PROPITIOUS -- favorabil

PROPORTION -- ~ (-al), simetrie

PROPOSAL -- oferta, proposition

PROPOSE -- proposir, nominar

PROPOSITION -- ~, teorema

PROPOUND -- proposir, posir

PROPRIETOR -- proprietario

PROPRIETY -- convenentie

PROPULSION -- ~

PROROGUE -- ajornar, prorogar (-ation)

PROSAIC -- ~

PROSCRIBE -- proscrir (-it, -ition), interdicter, bannir

PROSE -- prosa. ~WRITER: prosaist

PROSECUTE -- processuar (contra); (follow up) persequer

PROSECUTOR -- acusator. PUBLIC ~: procurator

PROSELYTE -- proselite (-isar)

PROSODY -- prosodie (-ic)

PROSPECT -- perspective. WHAT A ~!: qual expectative!; v. serchar, explorar

PROSPECTOR -- serchator (de minerales)

PROSPECTUS -- prospecte, programma

PROSPER -- prosperar

PROSPEROUS -- prósperi (-tá)

PROSTATE GLAND -- prostata

PROSTITUTE -- n. prostituta; v. prostituer (-tion)

PROSTRATE -- (exhausted) prostrat; (extended) prosternat; v. prosternar (se)

PROSY -- prosaic, tedant

PROTAGONIST -- ~

PROTECT -- gardar, defender, protecter (-ion -ionist, -ionisme, -iv, -or, -oratu)

PROTEGE -- pupillo (-a); protectete

PROTEIN -- proteine

PROTEST -- n. proteste (-ar, -ation, -ante, -antisme)

PROTOCOL -- ~ (-ar)

PROTOPLASM -- protoplasma

PROTOTYPE -- prototipe

PROTOZOA -- protozoes

PROTRACT -- prolongar (-ation)

PROTRACTOR -- angul-mesurette; (muscle) protractor

PROTRUDE -- extenDer se, prominer

PROTUBERANCE -- bosse, túbere, tumore

PROUD -- (not ashamed) fier; (vain) orgolliosi, superb

PROVE -- pruvar; constatar; (test.) provar; (turn out) monstrar se

PROVENDER -- forrage

PROVERB -- proverbie (-al)

PROVIDE -- provider (-ent), furnir (per)

PROVIDED -- conj. sub li condition

PROVIDENCE -- providentie (-al)

PROVIDENT -- ~, prudent

PROVINCE -- provincia (-al, -alo, -alisme)

PROVISION -- ~ (-ar); (stipulation) condition, stipulation

PROVISIONS -- victuales (-ar)

PROVISIONAL -- provisori, temporari; interimal

PROVISO -- condition, stipulation

PROVISORY -- conditional

PROVOKE -- incitar, provocar (-ator, -ation); stimular (-ar)

PROVOST -- prevoste

PROW -- proa

PROWESS -- bravore, valore

PROWL -- furtear, marodear

PROXIMITY -- proximitá

PROXIMO -- del proxim mensu

PROXY -- surogate, substitute; cedul de representation, autorisation

PRUDE -- n. pruda (-eríe)

PRUDENT -- ~ (-ie), caut

PRUDISH -- prud

PRUNE -- prun siccat; v. forciser, decupar

PRURIENT -- lasciv (-itá)

PRUSSIC ACID -- * acide prussic

PRY -- curiosar, spiar

PSALM -- psalme (-arium, -ist, -odie)

PSALTER -- psaltre

PSEUDONYM -- pseudonim

PSYCHIATRIC -- psichiatric

PSYCHICAL -- psichic

PSYCHOLOGIST -- psichologo (-ic, -ie)

PTARMIGAN -- lagopede

PTERODACTYL -- pterodactil

PUBERTY -- pubertá

PUBESCENT -- ~ (-ie)

PUBLIC -- a. ~ (-ation, -itá, -ist) n. publica. ~ HOUSE: taverne, gastería. THE GENERAL ~: li grand publica

PUBLICAN -- tavernero

PUBLISH -- publicar, editer (-ion, -or,-oría)

PUCE -- purpur (-ie)

PUCKER -- n. frunse (-ar)

PUDDING -- púdding

PUDDLE -- flac; v.(iron) puddlar

PUERILE -- pueril (-itá), ihfantil

PUERPERAL -- parturitional

PUFF -- (of air) soffle, brise, puss: (powder ~) pudre-quast; (advert.) boniment; v. (breathe hard) anhelar; (overpraise) laudachar. TO ~ ONESELF UP: pavonear, inorgolliar se; a. (pastry) foliat

PUFFIN -- ~

PUFFY -- inflat; tumid; (pastry) foliat

PUG -- mops

PUGILISM -- boxada

PUGILIST -- boxero

PUGNACIOUS -- combattaci

PUISSANCE -- possentie, potentie

PULL -- v. tirar, traer; (rend) lacerar; (tow) remorcar. ~ DOWN: demolir. ~ UP: levar; haltar. TO ~ ONESELF TOGETHER: recoleer se; n. tira (-ada)

PULLET -- gallinell(a)

PULLEY -- vind, rul

PULMONARY -- pulmonari

PULP -- pulpe; v. inpulpar

PULPIT -- ~, catedre

PULSE -- pulse. TO PEEL THE ~: tastar li pulse

PULVERISE -- pulverisar (-ation)

PUMA -- ~

PUMICE -- ~

PUMP -- n. pumpe (-ar, -ero)

PUMPKIN -- cucúrbite

PUN -- n. un lude per paroles, calembur (-ar)

PUNCH -- n. (beverage) ~; (blow) puniata, colpe; (tool) punzon, alen, stamp; (harlequin) polichinelle; v. stampar, punzonar; (with fist) batter, punie-batter

PUNCHINELLO -- polichinelle

PUNCTILIOUS -- tro precis; exactissim

PUNCTUAL -- ~ (-itá), acurat

PUNCTUATE -- punctuar (inter-ation)

PUNCTURE -- n. picatura; fore; v. forar, trapicar

PUNDIT -- erudito, quasi-erudito

PUNGENT -- picant, acri, aspri

PUNISH -- punir (-itiv), castigar

PUNISHMENT -- punition, castigation

PUNT -- pramette

PUNY -- debil; nani

PUP -- canelle (-o, -a)

PUPA -- crisalide, cocon

PUPIL -- n. scolero, elev; aprensor; (of eye) pupille

PUPPET -- marionette, pupette

PURBLIND -- demí-ciec

PURCHASE -- v. comprar (-ator, -ation); n. compra

PURE -- pur; chast; (mere) simplic; (metal) fin. PURELY: solmen

PUREE -- puré

PURGATIVE -- purgativ (-e), laxativ

PURGATORY -- purgatoria

PURGE -- purificar, purgar

PURIFY -- purificar (-ation, -ator), apurar

PURIST -- ~ (-ic)

PURITAN -- puritano (-ic)

PURITY -- puritá; puresse; chastitá

PURL -- v. lacear; ornar per frange; (of stream) murmurar

PURLIEUS -- circumité, confines

PURLOIN -- furter

PURPLE -- a. purpur; livid; n. purpurie. ~ LOOSE-STRIFE: saliearie; v. apurpurar PURPORT: n. sense; scope, tenore; v. significar; pretender

PURPOSE -- n. scope, intention; v. intenter. TO THE ~: scope-conform

PURPOSELY -- intentionalmen

PURR -- ronronar

PURSE -- borse, porta-moné; v. rugar

PURSER -- provisor, provisionario; (ship's ~) cassero

PURSUE -- persequer, chassar

PURSUIT -- chassada, persequida; ocupation

PURULENT -- ~ (-ie)

PURVEY -- provider, liverar, furnir

PUS -- súpur, pus

PUSH -- v. pussar. TO ~ ONESELF: truder se; n. pussa; persistentie

PUSHING -- a. persistent, energic

PUSILLANIMOUS -- pusilanim (-itá)

PUSTULE -- pustul (-ar, -osi)

PUT -- metter, posir; colocar; n. (golf) putt (-ar, -ero)

PUT DOWN -- * deposir; inscrir, notar; subjugar

PUT OFF -- * procrastinar; ajornar

PUT ON -- * (sur)metter; (feign) ficter. TO PUT THE BLAME ON: atribuer li culpa a

PUT OUT -- * extinter; vexar, iritar PUT UP: * (at) logiar, pernoctar; (~ to) inatigar; (~ with) tolerar

PUTATIVE -- suposit, putativ

PUTREFY -- putrir, putrificar

PUTRESCENCE -- putrition

PUTRID -- ~ (-itá)

PUTTEES -- gamache

PUTTER -- puttuore

PUTTY -- mastic

PUZZLE -- n. rébus, enigma (-tic), charade; v. perplexar; embarassar

PUZZLED -- perplex (-itá)

PYGMEAN -- pigmeic, nani

PYJAMAS -- noct-vestimentes, pijama

PYLON -- pilon

PYRO- -- (prefix) piro-tecnica etc

PYRAMID -- piramide (-al)

PYRITES -- pirite

PYTHON -- piton