[puh-sif-ik] /pəˈsɪf ɪk/
tending to make or preserve peace; conciliatory:
not warlike; peaceable; mild:
a pacific disposition.
at peace; peaceful:
a pacific era in history.
The Wabash is a pacific river.
(initial capital letter) of or relating to the .
(initial capital letter) of or relating to the region bordering on the :
the Pacific states.
noun, (initial capital letter)
a steam locomotive having a four-wheeled front truck, six driving wheels, and a two-wheeled rear truck.
tending or conducive to peace; conciliatory
not aggressive; opposed to the use of force
free from conflict; peaceful
the Pacific, short for Pacific Ocean
of or relating to the Pacific Ocean or its islands
1540s, “tending to make peace,” from Middle French pacifique, from Latin pacificus “peaceful, peace-making,” from pax (genitive pacis) “peace” (see peace) + root of facere “to make” (see factitious). Meaning “peaceful, calm” is first recorded 1630s. Related: Pacifical (mid-15c.); pacifically.
[puh-sif-i-kuh] /pəˈsɪf ɪ kə/ noun 1. a city in W California, S of San Francisco.
[puh-sif-ik-lee] /pəˈsɪf ɪk li/ adverb 1. peaceably, mildly, calmly, or quietly.
[puh-sif-i-keyt] /pəˈsɪf ɪˌkeɪt/ verb (used with object), pacificated, pacificating. 1. to pacify.
[puh-sif-i-keyt] /pəˈsɪf ɪˌkeɪt/ verb (used with object), pacificated, pacificating. 1. to pacify. /ˌpæsɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/ noun 1. the act, process, or policy of pacifying n. “a setting at peace,” early 15c., from Middle French pacification “act of making peaceful” (15c.), from Latin pacificationem (nominative pacificatio) “a peace-making,” noun of action from past participle stem of pacificare “to […]