[paj-oo-uh] /ˈpædʒ u ə/
a city in NE Italy.
a city in NE Italy, in Veneto: important in Roman and Renaissance times; university (1222); botanical garden (1545). Pop: 204 870 (2001) Latin name Patavium (pəˈteɪvɪəm) Italian name Padova
Italian city, Italian Padova, from Latin Patavium, probably from Gaulish *padi “pine,” in reference to the pine forests thereabouts. Related: Paduan.
[paj-oo-uh-soi] /ˈpædʒ u əˌsɔɪ/ noun, plural paduasoys. 1. a slightly corded, strong, rich, silk fabric. 2. a garment made of this. /ˈpædjʊəˌsɔɪ/ noun 1. a rich strong silk fabric used for hangings, vestments, etc 2. a garment made of this
[puh-doo-kuh, -dyoo-] /pəˈdu kə, -ˈdyu-/ noun 1. a city in W Kentucky, at the junction of the Tennessee and Ohio rivers.
[pey-duh s] /ˈpeɪ dəs/ noun 1. ancient name of . /ˈpeɪdəs/ noun 1. the Latin name for the Po2
[pee-uh n] /ˈpi ən/ noun 1. any song of praise, joy, or triumph. 2. a hymn of invocation or thanksgiving to Apollo or some other ancient Greek deity. /ˈpiːən/ noun 1. a hymn sung in ancient Greece in invocation of or thanksgiving to a deity 2. any song of praise 3. enthusiastic praise: the film […]