[peyz-lee] /ˈpeɪz li/
noun, plural paisleys.
a soft woolen fabric woven with a pattern of colorful and minutely detailed figures.
a shawl, scarf, tie, or other article made of this fabric.
a silk print simulating this fabric and weave.
Also called paisley print. a pattern resembling the design or figure on this fabric or material.
made of paisley:
a paisley shawl.
having the pattern of a paisley.
[peyz-lee] /ˈpeɪz li/
a city in the Strathclyde region, in SW Scotland, W of Glasgow: thread factories.
a pattern of small curving shapes with intricate detailing, usually printed in bright colours
a soft fine wool fabric traditionally printed with this pattern
a garment made of this fabric, esp a shawl popular in the late 19th century
(modifier) of or decorated with this pattern: a paisley scarf
an industrial town in SW Scotland, the administrative centre of Renfrewshire: one of the world’s chief centres for the manufacture of thread, linen, and gauze in the 19th century. Pop: 74 170 (2001)
Bob. 1919–96, English footballer and manager: played for Liverpool (1939–54); under his management (1974–83) Liverpool won six English titles and the European Cup three times (1977, 1978, 1981)
Ian (Richard Kyle) Baron. born 1926, Northern Ireland politician and Presbyterian minister; cofounder (1972) and leader of the Ulster Democratic Unionist Party, First Minister of Northern Ireland from 2007 to 2008
1834 as a type of clothing or material, from Paisley, town in southwest Scotland, where the cloth was originally made. As an adjective by 1900. The town name is literally “church,” from Middle Irish baslec, itself from Latin basilica (see basilica).
An operational specification language from Bell Labs.
[“An Operational Approach to Requirements Specification for Embedded Systems”, P. Zave, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-8(3):250-269 (May 1982)].
[pahy-oot, pahy-oot] /paɪˈut, ˈpaɪ ut/ noun, plural Paiutes (especially collectively) Paiute. 1. a member of a group of North American Indians of the Uto-Aztecan family dwelling in California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. 2. either of two mutually unintelligible Uto-Aztecan languages (Northern Paiute and Southern Paiute) /ˈpaɪˌuːt; paɪˈjuːt/ noun 1. (pl) -utes, -ute. a member of […]
[puh-jah-muh, -jam-uh] /pəˈdʒɑ mə, -ˈdʒæm ə/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling : a pajama top; a lounging outfit with pajama pants. see pajamas.
noun 1. .
[puh-jah-muh z, -jam-uh z] /pəˈdʒɑ məz, -ˈdʒæm əz/ noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. night clothes consisting of loose-fitting trousers and jacket. 2. loose-fitting trousers, usually of silk or cotton, worn by both sexes in the Orient. /pəˈdʒɑːməz/ plural noun 1. the US spelling of pyjamas n. 1800, pai jamahs “loose trousers tied at […]