<poem> pa dam, extinguished, put out (of fire and anger). pa'dam-kan, to extinguish. pa'dan, proper, fit, adapted, suit- ed to. Of. patut and layak. pa'daig, a plain, open country, as distinguished from jungle. pa'di, the rice plant; rice in the husk. Cf . bras and nasi. pa'di la'darg, rice grown in dry fields. pa'di sa'wah, rice grown in irri- gated fields. tum'bok pa'di, to pound rice in a mortar to remove the husk. pa'd-ri (Port.), a priest, used of the Protestant clergy as well as of the Roman Catholics. Cf. guru and pndita. paduka, see pduka. pa'edah, see fa'idah. pa'gar, fence, hedge, palisade, stockade, wall, enclosure. pa' gar bu'lan, a halo round the moon. pa' gar-lean, to fence in, enclose. pa'gi, morning ; also pa'gi ha'ri. pa-gi-pa'gi, early morning. ma' lean pa'gi, breakfast. pa'gut, m-ma'gut, to peck, bite (of birds and snakes). Cf. patolc. pa' ha, thigh. parg'Tcal pa' ha, the hip. pa-ha'la (Sk.), reward, recom- pense. Cf. balas. paham, see faham. pa'hat, m-ma'hat, -lean, chisel ; to chisel, carve. pa'hit, bitter. pah-la'wan (Pers.), hero, cham- pion; courageous. pa'jak (D.), contract, monopoly, " farm " ; to farm, take a con- tract. pa'jak chan'du. opium farm. pa'jak ga'dai, pawnbroker's farm. pa'kai, >n->ita'kai, -lean, to use, make use of, wear, put on, be clothed. Cf . Icna. pa'kai-an, clothes. pa'kai-an ku'da, harness pa'kai, -ni-nia'kal, to caulk. pa'kan, the woof in weaving. Cf. loiysin. pa'kau (Chin.), a card game. pa'kat (Ar. fakat}, to confer, consult with, consult to- gether, plot, come to an agreement; see fakat. pak'sa, favourable (of wind or opportunities). pak'sa, m-mak'sa (Sk.), to com- pel, force. Cf. gagdh. pa'ku, a nail, spike. pa'ku s-k-rup', screw. pal', in the phrases: bu-a-rg' pal', to tack. ber-pal-pal', tacking, beating to windward. pa'la (Sk., fruit), the nutmeg tree. bu'ah pa'la, the nutmeg. bu'rcia pa'la, mace. pa'laig, cross-bar, transverse beam; see alarg. Cf. linia-rg. pa'las, a generic name for fan palms. pa'Hig (Jav.), very, exceedingly, most (used with adjectives to form the superlative degree). pa' ling, ber-pa'lirg, to turn the head or the whole body. pa'lirg-kan, to turn (trans.).
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