parien
willingly, with pleasure, gladly
parin
(nII) glad, joyful; joy, pleasure
parina
(vi/vt) to be glad, to enjoy oneself; to celebrate
parinay!
(S) cheers!
parinaye!
(P) cheers!
parisen
(nII) feast day, festival, celebration
parisin
(nIIc) good news; festivities
parne
(nI) sibling
parni
(nIc) siblings, one's mother's children
pasta
(vt) to plough
pasten
(nII) plough
pel
(nIII) stone (material)
pelyn
(nII) rock, stone
per
(nIII) permission (categorical); permitted, allowed
pera
(vt + dat. + acc.) to permit (someone something), to allow, to grant
perat, lea -
(vImp) + dat. to be permitted, + acc. to have permission
peray
(S) please
peraye
(P) please
perie
with permission, legally
perna
(vt) to agree
persen
(nII) affirmation (like "yes")
peryn
(nII) permission (incidental); affirmative answer to question
peryna
(vi/vt) to say yes, to give an affirmative answer
pina
(vi/vt) to answer
piryn
(nII) bite
pisen
(nII) answer, reply
pistyn
(nII) louse
pol
(nIII) top, upper surface; an animal's back
pola
(vi) to go up, to rise
pole
(postp + ill) onto, on top of
polie
on top
polsen
(nII) top (of mountain, tree, etc.)
pul
(nIII) harvest (time), autumn
pula
(vi/vt) to harvest, to get the harvest in
pulan
(nII) harvester, farmhand
pulsin
(nIIc) harvest, yield of the land
pulyn
(nII) plant cutting; picking, something one has seized
pulyna
(vt) to pick
pur
(nIII) desire, yearning
pura
(vt + acc.) to desire, to yearn
purie
willingly, of one's free will
puryn
(nII) wish
puryna
(vt) to want, to wish
pyla
(vt) to like
pyra
(vi) to stay, to remain
pyrn
(nIII) pike (fish)
pyth
(nIII) brain