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<poem> pu'chok, a shoot, sprout ; numer- ical coefficient of letters and firearms (84). pu'choig, the purp'.e heron. pu'ja (8k.), to perform religious ceremonies (only lined of Hindu rites). pu'ji, m-mu'ji (Sk.), praise, com- mendation; to praise, laud, glorify. pu'ji-an, words of praise or commendation. pu-ji-pu' 'ji-an , the complimen- tary introduction to a Malay letter. pu'jok, m-mu'jok, to coax, entice, persuade: also bujok. pu'kat, m-mu'lcat, a seine net;, to fish with the seine net. pu'kol, m-mu'~kol, to strike, hit, beat, knock ; also used of the hours in reckoning time. Cf . palu, gasalc, bdal. pu'kol b-ra'pa (37), what time is it? pu'kol du'a, two o'clock. pu'kol ka'wat, to telegraph. pu'la, again, moreover, in addi- tion, over again. pu'laig (49), to return, go back to the place a person or thing came from, go home. Cf. balek and kmbali. pu'laiy-kan, to return, send back, restore. pu'Ias, m-mu'las, to wring, twist. pu-la'san, an edible fruit, simi- lar to the rambutan. pu'lau, an island. pu'leh, recovered, restored, re- established. pu'loh, a numeral which forms the multiples of ten; in speaking of indefinite num- bers this word is used ;i- we say "dozens" or "scoi du'a pu'loh, twenty. s-pu'loh, ten. da lam x-im'loh *a'tu, one in ten, a tithe. pu'lut, glutinous rice; also ///./.<. pnlut. pun', also, and, even. Cf. dan. a' da pun (133), a punctuation^ word. ms'ki pun, although. s-ka'li pun (144), even. s'o'rarg pun ti-ada, no one. surg'goh pun (144), although. pu'nai, green pigeons. pun'cha, the corner of a clotlt or garment, end of a rope.. Cf. panchoig. pun'chak, top, point, summit ;. usually Tcmuncliak. pun-di-pun'di, purse, morn- v-kii:.. puig'gah, m-murg'yali, to un- load, discharge cargo. puig'gok, an owl. puig'goig, the back or hind part of a thing, the back of a knife, the buttocks. Cf. buntut and pan tat. pu'igut, m-mu'rgut, to pick up r take up, gather, glean. pu'rgut cliu'lcai, to collect taxes- pun'tau (B.) (Chin.), dust pan. pun-ti-a'nak, a kind of evil spirit. pun'toig, a half-burnt log or stick, the stump of a cigar. pu'iya (12, 14, 15, 24), the po- sessive particle. Cf. om- puiya. pu'pu, a degree of relationship.