[pah-muh-nyoo ng-guh n] /ˈpɑ məˈnyʊŋ gən/
a family of Australian aboriginal languages, the most widespread within the Australian group of languages.
of or relating to the largest superfamily of languages within the phylum of languages spoken by the native Australians
[pam-uh-luh] /ˈpæm ə lə/ noun 1. a female given name. [pam-uh-luh] /ˈpæm ə lə/ noun 1. (or Virtue Rewarded) an epistolary novel (1740) by Samuel Richardson.
- P-aminohippuric acid clearance
p-aminohippuric acid clearance p-a·mi·no·hip·pu·ric acid clearance (-ə-mē’nō-hə-pyur’ĭk) n. A test to determine renal plasma flow using p-aminohippuric acid which, if injected intravenously to achieve low plasma concentrations, is almost totally cleared by the kidneys.
[pah-meer-ahy, -meer-ee] /pɑˈmɪər aɪ, -ˈmɪər i/ noun, plural Pamiris (especially collectively) Pamiri. 1. a member of a Caucasian people inhabiting the Pamirs.
[pah-meerz] /pɑˈmɪərz/ noun 1. the, a mountainous region in central Asia, largely in Tajikistan, where the Hindu Kush, Tien Shan, and Himalaya mountain ranges converge: highest peaks, about 25,000 feet (7600 meters). /pəˈmɪəz/ plural noun 1. the Pamirs, a mountainous area of central Asia, mainly in Tajikistan and partly in Kyrgyzstan, extending into China and […]