peel away outer skinkelebanVpeel away outer skinSaid of a root crop such as a camote skin.
peel away s.th. in layers, willpaklisen2paklisVIf someone will paklisen tree bark or one's skin, they are peeling it away in layers. Paklisen mu ya kindal yan.You are +peeling +away that skin in +layers.
peel away the outer layer of s.th.palisenVpeel away the outer layer of s.th.
peel the skin off s.th. (roots, vegetables)pigpalisanVpeel the skin off s.th. (roots, vegetables)
peeled.skin,.husk,.or.bark.of.a.plant.or.fruit, the.palis1palisNthe peeled skin, husk, or bark of a plant or fruitsuch as the husk around a corn cob.1.5.5Parts of a plant184.108.40.206maizeBotbotanyder.palisender.pigpalisan
People from the headwatersTagakaulon.properPeople from the headwaters
people from the river sourcesTagaka͡uluTagaka͡ulun.properpeople from the river sources220.127.116.11Family, clan
people in the same generationkalingdengankaliŋdɜŋanNIf a person is kalingdengan with someone else, the two of them are of or from the same generation.18.104.22.168.3Brother, sister
people of who you share a common bondinulug 2ʔinulugn.massIf a person addresses another as inulug, they are saying they share a common bond or purpose.
people residing with s.o., otherka-epedanan 1ka.ʔɜpɜdananNothers residing with
pepper, small redkatumbalkatumbalNa small, red pepperKatumbal is condiment food used to make food spicy hot. The plant produces small red fruit which is very spicy hot.22.214.171.124garden food plantsBotbotany
perceive s.th.at an animal is tame, s.o.magnek1vb.statIf an animal is said to be magnek, it is tame and will stay close to or inside a house and are not afraid of people.antmalyaw1.6.6Animal group
perceive somethingmakalabetVsomeone will be able to understand