pula

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Homophones[modifica]

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  1. The currency of Botswana, divided into 100 thebe.



Filipino[modifica]

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  • IPA: /puˈlɑː/

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pula

  1. red

Finnish[modifica]

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  1. shortage
  2. (economy) crisis
  3. urgent situation, scrape, pinch

bandiera italiana Italiano[modifica]

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pula f (pl: pule)

  1. (slang) the police, the fuzz, the cops

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Romanian[modifica]

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Perhaps from Latin word ampulla, something swollen (e.g. a bottle or phial)]; some Romanian dictionaries claim it is from the Latin word pullus, chicken; another theory is that it is a Dacian word:

  • pesnis - pennis - penis (Latin)
  • pesnis - pennis - pelnis - pellis - pula (Romanian; unconvincing theory)

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  • IPA: /ˈpu.la/

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  1. penis

Usage notes[modifica]

  • Unfortunately and despite its age, in modern Romanian, "pula" is considered an offensive word.



Tagalog[modifica]

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pula

  1. red



Tswana[modifica]

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  • IPA: /ˈpuːlə/

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  1. (in Botswana) rain
  2. (in Botswana) pula
  3. the popular toast

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