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Pagoda

pəˈɡəʊ.də

Meanings of Pagoda:

noun

(in india and east asia) a hindu or buddhist temple, typically in the form of a many-tiered tower.

Usage examples:

Buddhist temples incorporate pagodas, a design which came from india around the first century c.e. …

Pagodas

pəˈɡəʊ.də

Meanings of Pagodas:

noun

(in india and east asia) a hindu or buddhist temple, typically in the form of a many-tiered tower.

Usage examples:

Buddhist temples incorporate pagodas, a design which came from india around the first century c.e. …

Meanings of Pagodite:

noun

A soft mineral carved in china into decorative figurines.

Meanings of Pagurian:

adjective

= pagurid .

Meanings of Pagurid:

noun

A decapod crustacean of the family paguridae or (more widely) the superfamily paguroidea, including hermit crabs.

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the hermit crab family paguridae or superfamily paguroidea.

Meanings of Pagurids:

noun

A decapod crustacean of the family paguridae or (more widely) the superfamily paguroidea, including hermit crabs.

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of the hermit crab family paguridae or superfamily paguroidea.

Meanings of Paguroid:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of a hermit crab; specifically of or relating to the decapod superfamily paguroidea, which comprises the hermit crabs.

noun

A decapod crustacean of the superfamily paguroidea; a hermit crab.

Pah

pɑː

Meanings of Pah:

exclamation

Used to express disgust or contempt.

Usage examples:

‘pah! they know nothing.’

Pahari

pəˈhɑːri

Meanings of Pahari:

noun

A member of any of several peoples inhabiting the himalayan regions of nepal and northern india.

adjective

Relating to the pahari or their languages.

Meanings of Paharia:

noun

In south asia: a person from the hills; specifically a member of any of a number of indigenous peoples of the hill areas of northern india originally speaking munda or dravidian languages. compare "pahari", maler , "santal".

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating the paharias or their languages.

Meanings of Pahlavi:

noun

An aramaic-based writing system used in persia from the 2nd century bc to the advent of islam in the 7th century ad. it was also used for the recording of ancient avestan sacred texts.

Usage examples:

During the reign of the medes, the iranians adopted the babylon cuneiform symbols and later they cr…
proper noun

The name of two shahs of iran.

Meanings of Paho:

noun

A wooden prayer stick decorated with plumes of feathers and usually painted, used by members of the hopi north american indian people in their snake dance and other rituals.

Meanings of Pahoehoe:

noun

Basaltic lava forming smooth undulating or ropy masses.

Usage examples:

Herding cattle and galloping horses across rough a'a lava fields and smoother pahoehoe takes a spec…

Meanings of Pahos:

noun

A wooden prayer stick decorated with plumes of feathers and usually painted, used by members of the hopi north american indian people in their snake dance and other rituals.

Meanings of Paiche:

noun

Especially in peru: the arapaima or pirarucú fish, arapaima gigas.

Meanings of Paid:

adjective

Past and past participle of pay1.

verb

Give (someone) money that is due for work done, goods received, or a debt incurred.

Usage examples:

The traveller paid a guide to show him across

Paideia

pʌɪˈdʌɪə

Meanings of Paideia:

noun

(in ancient greece) a system of broad cultural education.

Usage examples:

It is an education of a strange sort - he called it paideia.

Meanings of Paidle:

noun

A pocket or trap in a fishing net; especially one in a small stake net, used for catching flounder, trout, etc.

Meanings of Paidological:

adjective

Of or relating to paedology.

Meanings of Paidologist:

noun

An expert in or student of paedology.

Paik

peɪk

Meanings of Paik:

verb

Pummel or beat (someone).

Usage examples:

We'll paik their hides

Paiked

peɪk

Meanings of Paiked:

verb

Pummel or beat (someone).

Usage examples:

We'll paik their hides

Meanings of Paiking:

verb

Pummel or beat (someone).

Usage examples:

We'll paik their hides

Meanings of Paiks:

verb

Pummel or beat (someone).

Usage examples:

We'll paik their hides

Meanings of Pail:

noun

A bucket.

Usage examples:

Be sure to eliminate mosquito-breeding areas around your home by removing standing water from gutte…

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