urban

Definition funny of Paipai:

urbanA woman with shaved pubic hair.

urban"So is Kate shaved down south?" "Yeah she is a real PaiPai."

songs

Songs about Paipai:

songsNoho Paipai by Hiroshi Okada from the Album Aloha Festivals Falsetto Contest Winners Vol. 7

songsNoho Paipai by Hi'ikua from the Album Aia I Hi'ialo

songsNoho Paipai by Pali from the Album ... With Aloha

songsNoho Paipai by Wailau and Lopaka Ryder from the Album Na Mele Hula

songsNoho Paipai by Genoa Keawe from the Album Hana Hou! Vol. 1

songsNoho Paipai by Hi'ikua from the Album Aia I Hi'ialo

songsNoho Paipai by Kawai Cockett from the Album Kuu Makuahine Nani

books

Books about Paipai:

booksThe Pai-Pai Pig by Joy Anderson and Jay Yang (Jun 1967)

booksGood Start of Online StoreStrategies for Running Business on Taobao & Ebay &Paipai(Second Edition) (Chinese Edition... by Ge Cun Shan (Jan 3, 2012)

booksNorton and Ethel Allen among the Paipai.: An article from: Journal of the Southwest by Suzanne Griset and Alan Berg (Jun 22, 2011)

booksRECETARIO INDIGENA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA. K'miai, pa'-ipai, kiliwa, cacap‡ y cochimi. Pr‡cticas alimenticias de... by Irais Pinon Flores (Jan 1, 2000)

booksNi Muy Tristona, Ni Muy Tristona...testimonios De Mujeres Paipai Y Kumiai De Baja California by Mario Alberto Magana (2005)

booksField Notes on the Paipai Language by Alan C. Wares (1978)

booksWeekly Reader children's book club presents The pai-pai pig by Joy Anderson (1967)

movies

Movies about Paipai:

moviesPaiPai Pottery of Southern California An Ancient Tradition -

wiki

Wiki information Paipai:

Paipai people
Ethnicity

The Paipai are an aboriginal people of northern Baja California, Mexico. Their traditional territory lies between the Kiliwa on the south and the Kumeyaay and Cocopa on the north, and extending from San Vicente near the Pacific coast nearly to the...

Paipai Language
Human Language

Paipai is the native language of the Paipai peoples. It is part of the Yuman language family. There are very few speakers left because most Paipai now live in Kumeyaay villages. It is believed that Paipai was separated from the Northern Pai languages...