Vernacular - English
pajʋʋcommunal farm service2Person
pal palvery shinySɛlɩmɛ ka tʋl nɛ palpal.Gold sparkles a lot. palahalast weedingLaa mʋ la lɛ palaha nɛ.We are going to do earthing-up. panyɩlɩŋa used up hoe blade
papcompletely, exactlyƲ kpʋ ba kala pap.He killed them all. papapacfpaaa(Twi) very muchƲ zɔmɔ papapapa.It is very good. paratatacffagɛ fagɛwanana1very whitePiesi la pʋlla nɛ paratata.The sheep is very white.2very brightChɛnwʋlaa kala ŋaa nɛ paratata.The stars are very bright. parɩ parɩdoing sth very fastƲ niiŋ lɩma parɩ parɩ.He talks very fast. parɩgaunexpectedlyMɩ sɩɛra tel nɛ, parɩga.I slipped and fell unexpectedly. parɩkpʋrʋŋmound for planting millet parɩmɛharassSɩ́ ʋ parɩmʋ, leŋ ʋ fɩɛlɛ ʋ yaraa a ŋaa.Don't harass him, let him take his time and do it. patasɩ(Twi) locally brewed gin patɩcfasee!wuoooh! (excl. of astonishment)Patɩ, wʋtɩtɩɩ?Oh, really? peelito beat (very hard, cf. ŋmoo )Ʋ peeli sonyuŋ a kpʋ.He battered the big rat to death.