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English-Chinese Vocabulary of the Vernacular Or Spoken Language of SwatowP

paling, lân-kan; lân-kan-ch; ba̍k-tsa̍h; lî-tsa̍h; ûi-lî; ûi-tsa̍h.

palm, tsang-chhi; kuang-lâng-chhi (cocoa-nut); iâ-chhi (id.); ts-chhi.

pang, of pain, che̍k-tsn-thiⁿ;. che̍k-khn-kiⁿ thiⁿ.

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palataole, h-chia̍h; ha̍h-tshi; suah-tshi; sung-khu.

paper, tsa. a sheet of, che̍k-tieⁿ-tsa. note (thick), chien-tsa. straw, tshu-tsa. common writing, tsṳ-tsa; kng-tshuan (better); tãng-kng (still better); kãu-nguân (still better); tek-tsa (thin); mîⁿ-se ( still thinner ). made into a writing-book, tsa-khu. printing , tsṳ-chheh-tsa. tough, môⁿ-piⁿ; mîⁿ-tîn; pien-chiu. marbled, hue-tsa. gilt, phn-kim. paper-money, tsa-chîⁿ; ngṳ̂n-tsa; chîⁿ-tsa; ngṳ̂n-tiãⁿ; ta-chîⁿ; uâng-p. currency, ngṳ̂n-toaⁿ; chîⁿ-phi. official, uⁿ-kun.

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English-Chinese Vocabulary of the Vernacular Or Spoken Language of Swatow

parallel, sang-kiâⁿ-saⁿ; sang-pâi-saⁿ. parallelogram, ji̍t–j iⁿ.

palpitate, sim thiu; sim-kuaⁿ pok-pok-thiu; sim-kuaⁿ-thâu pok-pok-thiu.

palm, of hand, chhi-ti; chhi-sim; chhi-chiⁿ.palmistry, siⁿ-chhi-hûn.

panic, kiaⁿ-ku-kông; kiaⁿ ku hun-kông; kiaⁿ ku ngo̍h-ngo̍h.

English-Chinese Vocabulary of the Vernacular Or Spoken Language of Swatow

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parable, ph-zũ; ph-zû; p-zũ.

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palsy, ng-nîⁿ; ng-huang; kun-pien (one side); tng-huang.

pale, mn pe̍h-siauh; mn chheⁿ-liau; n̂g-mn. turn, mn pin-chheⁿ .

panacea, peh-tshu-tan; bun-ng-tan; bun-ng-îⁿ.

pants, khu. short, for bathing, khu-ku̍eh.

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