pi'ao låhi
Thorny bamboo. Also pi'ao tituka'.
pi'ao pålao'an
Type of plant--bambusa arundinacea. Bamboo (smooth).
pi'ao tituka'
Type of plant--bambusa blumeana. Bamboo--thorny. Also pi'ao låhi.
pi'os
Type of fish--family mugilidae. Mullet, notably slender.
pichipichi
Talkative; garrulous.
pichura
Big breast. Also pechuda.
piderecho
Wall stud; prop; support for wall construction.
pidigon
Pellet. Also petdigon.
pidåsitu
Small portion; tiny part; little bit of; particle.
pidåsu
Piece; part; hunk; crumb.
pie
Foot (measurement).
piesa
Scattered (in large numbers); many of something covering an area or spread out.
piesan metåt
Metal sheet. Also teppang.
piesan mågågu
Bolt--of cloth.
pietna
Thigh; upper part of the leg of any two-legged animal; refers only to the back legs of a four-legged animal. Also petna.
piga'
Type of plant--alocasia indica. Taro--acrid, not edible.
piga' palayi
Type of plant--crinum asiaticum. Type of taro.
pigo'
Sediment; deposit; dregs; suds; left over after evaporation or filtering process.
pika
Mince; chop; cut into slices; cut by striking especially repeatedly with a sharp instrument.
pika
Burn (with hot pepper). Hot (spicy).
pike
Pique; type of cloth material.
piknik
Picnic.
piku
Beak; bill (of a bird, or of some other animal, as a turtle).
piku
Pick (tool); hoe.
piku
Little more; over; a little bit over; plus some small amount. From Spanish poco.
pikue
Type of plant--averrhoa bilimbi.
pikådot
Sinner.
pikåra
Rascal (female); rogue; tricky; jocular; scoundrel; villain. Also pikåru (male).
pikåru
Rascal; rogue; tricky fellow; jocular; scoundrel; knave; villain. Also pikåra (female).
pikåtdia
Villainy; roguery; knavery; villain; mischievous; bad deed; perverse. Also pikåtdiha.
pikåtdiha
Villainy; roguery; knavery; villain; mischievous; bad deed; perverse. Also pikåtdia.
pila
Basin--for holy water by the front door of a church.
pilapat
Pile--of grass or wood in preparation for burning or hauling.
pili'ao
Welt; weal; wheal.
piligrina
Pilgrim (female); wanderer. Also piligrinu (male). Also peregrina.
piligrinu
Pilgrim; wanderer. Also piligrina (female). Also peregrinu.
piligro
Peril; danger; jeopardy; risky; dangerous; perilous.
piligrosu
Dangerous; hazardous; precarious; perilous; risky.
pilon dulili
Type of chicken--similar to Plymouth rock. Also boremos.
pilong
Great chief; most influential person in a community; champion. (Saipan)

© Chamoru.Info 2015
Terms & Conditions | Contact Us