[pam-puh] /ˈpæm pə/
a city in N Texas.
[pam-puh z; attributively pam-puh s; Spanish pahm-pahs] /ˈpæm pəz; attributively ˈpæm pəs; Spanish ˈpɑm pɑs/
plural noun, singular pampa
[pam-puh; Spanish pahm-pah] /ˈpæm pə; Spanish ˈpɑm pɑ/ (Show IPA)
the vast grassy plains of southern South America, especially in Argentina.
(functioning as singular or more often pl)
“large plains of South America,” 1704, from Spanish pampas, plural of pampa, from Quechua (Peru) pampa “a plain.”
An extensive, treeless grassland of southern South America.
[pahm] /pɑm/ noun 1. any of numerous plants of the family Palmae, most species being tall, unbranched trees surmounted by a crown of large pinnate or palmately cleft leaves. Compare . 2. any of various other trees or shrubs that resemble this. 3. a leaf or branch of such a tree, especially as formerly borne […]
noun 1. the leaf or frond of a palm tree, especially that of a fan palm, used in making fans, hats, thatch, mats, etc.
[pal-mi-tl-ee-ik, pal-, pahl-, pahl-, pah-mi-, pah-] /ˈpæl mɪ tlˈi ɪk, ˌpæl-, ˈpɑl-, ˌpɑl-, ˈpɑ mɪ-, ˌpɑ-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a colorless, unsaturated fatty acid, C 1 6 H 3 0 O 2 , occurring in oils and fats of plants and animals. palmitoleic acid pal·mi·to·le·ic acid (pāl’mĭ-tō-lē’ĭk, päl’-, pä’-) n. An unsaturated fatty acid that […]
[pal-mi-tin, pahl-, pah-mi-] /ˈpæl mɪ tɪn, ˈpɑl-, ˈpɑ mɪ-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a white, crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 5 1 H 9 8 O 6 , prepared from glycerol and palmitic acid: used in the manufacture of soap. /ˈpælmɪtɪn/ noun 1. the colourless glyceride of palmitic acid, occurring in many natural oils and fats. Formula: […]