Słownik „Dux-Liliput“ angielsko-polski/Indeks P

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Autor Stanisław Goldman
Tytuł Słownik „Dux-Liliput“ angielsko-polski
Wydawca Księgarnia Lingwistyczna Stanisława Goldmana
Data wydania 1923
Miejsce wyd. Kraków
Źródło Skany na Commons
Inne P – całość
Indeks stron


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pace

pacify

pack

package

paddle

pagan

page

paid

pail

pain

painful

paint

painter

painting

pair

palace

palate

pale

paleness

Palestine

palm

palpitation

pamphlet

pan

pane

pansy

panther

pantry

pants

papa

paper

paper-mill

paradise

paragraph

paralysis

parapet

parasite

parcel

parchment

pardon

parent

parish

parishioner

Parisian

park

parliament

parlo(u)r

parole

parrot

parry

parsley

part

partial

participate

participle

particular

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partitive

partly

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party

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passage

passenger

passenger-train

passion

passionate

passive

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past

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pastime

pastry

pastry-cook

pasture

patch

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paternal

Paternoster

path

patience

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patriotism

patrol

patron

patronage

patroness

pattern

Paul

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pavement

paver

pavillon

paw

pawn

pay

payable

payment

pea

peace

peach

peacock

peahen

peak

peal

pear

pearl

pearl-barley

peasant

pebble

peculiar

pedagogue

peel

pelt

peltry

pen

penalty

penance

pen-case

pence

pencil

penetrate

penholder

peninsula

penitence

Pennsylvania

penny

pension

pensioner

people

pepper

peppermint

per

perceive

per cent

perception

perfect (1)

perfect (2)

perfection

perfidious

perfidy

perform

performance

perfume

perhaps

peril

period

periodical

periphery

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periwig

perjure

perjurer

perjury

permanent

permission

permit

pernicious

persecute

persecution

perseverance

persevere

Persia

Persian

persist

person

personage

personal

personality

perspire

persuade

pest

Peter

petition

petroleum

petticoat

phantom

pheasant

phial

philatelist

philologer

philology

philosopher

philosophic(al)

philosophy

phlegm

phonograph

phosphate

phosphor(us)

photograph

photographer

phrase

phthisis

physical

physician

physics

physiognomy

physiology

pianist

pick

pickle

pickpocket

picture

picturesque

pie

piece

pierce

piety

pig

pigeon

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pile

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pilgrimage

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pillage

pillar

pillow

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pincers

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pine-apple

pine-cone

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pipe

pirate

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pistol

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pitcher

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pity

placard

place

plague

plain

plaint

plaintiff

plaintive

plait

plan

planet

plant

plantation

plant-louse

plash

plate

platinum

play

play-bill

player

play-ground

plaything

plead

pleasant

please

pleasure

pledge

plenipotentiary

plenty

pleurisy

pliable

plot

plough

pluck

plum

plumage

plume

plunder

plunderer

plunge

plunger

pluperfect

plural

plus

plush

ply

p. m.

pneumatic

pneumonia

poached eggs

poacher

pock

pocket

pod

poem

poesy

poet

poetess

poetic(al)

poetry

point

poison

poisonous

Poland

polar

Pole

pole

polecat

police

policeman

police-station

policy

Polish

polish

polite

politeness

politic

politician

politics

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poltroon

polygamy

pomatum

pomp

pond

ponder

poniard

pontiff

pony

poodle

poor

poorness

pope

poplar

poppy

populace

popular

popularity

populate

population

populous

porcelain

porch

pore

pork

porridge

port

porter

portion

portmanteau

portrait

Portugal

Portuguese

pose

position

positive

possess

possession

possessive

possessor

possibility

possible

post

postage

postage-stamp

postal

post-card

posterity

postman

post-office

postscript

postulate (1)

postulate (2)

pot

potable

potato

potency

potent

potter

poultry

pounce

pound

pour

poverty

powder

power

powerful

practical

practice

practise

praise

prattler

pray

prayer

prayer-book

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preacher

precede

preceptor

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precipice

precipitate

precise

precision

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predict

prediction

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prefect

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preference

prefix

prejudge

prelate

prelection

premeditation

premises

premium

preparation

preparatory

prepare

preposition

presage

prescribe

prescription

presence

present (1)

present (2)

presentation

presentiment

preserve

preside

presidency

president

press

presume

pretend

pretended

pretension

pretext

pretty

prevail

prevent

previous

prey

price

price-list

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prickle

pride

priest

primary

prime

primer

primitive

primrose

prince

princess

principal

principality

principle

print

printer

printing-office

prior

prison

prisoner

privacy

private

privation

privilege

privy

prize

pro

probability

probable

probation

probity

proboscis

proceed

proceeding

process

procession

proclaim

proclamation

procuration

procurator

procure

prodigal

produce

producer

product

production

productive

profanation

profess

profession

professional

professor

profit

profound

profundity

program(me)

progress

prohibit

prohibition

project (1)

project (2)

prolongation

promenade

prominent

promise

promotion

prompt

prompter

pronominal

pronoun

pronounce

pronunciation

proof

propagate

proper

property

prophecy

prophesy

prophet

proportion

proportional

proposal

propose

proposition

proprietor

prose

prosecute

prospectus

prosper

prosperity

prosperous

prostitute

prostitution

protect

protection

protector

protest (1)

protest (2)

Protestant

proud

prove

proverb

proverbial

provide

providence

provider

province

provisions

provisional

provocation

provoke

provost

proximity

prudence

prudent

prune

Prussian

psalm

pseudonym

psychic

psychological

psychologist

psychology

public

publication

publicity

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publisher

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puff

pull

pulpit

pulse

pumice

pump

punch

punctual

punctuality

punctuation

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punishment

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puppet

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purgatory

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purify

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purpose

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pursuit

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purveyor

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put

putrefy

putrid

putty

puzzle


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