[pam-fil-ee-uh] /pæmˈfɪl i ə/
an ancient country in S Asia Minor: later a Roman province.
an area on the S coast of ancient Asia Minor
ancient region in modern Turkey, from Greek, literally “place of all races,” from pan “all” (see pan-) + phylon “race” (see phylo-).
Paul and his company, loosing from Paphos, sailed north-west and came to Perga, the capital of Pamphylia (Acts 13:13, 14), a province about the middle of the southern sea-board of Asia Minor. It lay between Lycia on the west and Cilicia on the east. There were strangers from Pamphylia at Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost (2:10).
pampiniform pam·pin·i·form (pām-pĭn’ə-fôrm’) adj. Having the shape of a tendril.
- Pampiniform plexus
pampiniform plexus n. A plexus that is formed, in the male, by veins from the testicle and the epididymis, lies in front of the vas deferens, and forms part of the spermatic cord; in the female, the plexus is formed by the ovarian veins between the layers of the broad ligament.
[pam-ploh-nuh; Spanish pahm-plaw-nah] /pæmˈploʊ nə; Spanish pɑmˈplɔ nɑ/ noun 1. a city in N Spain. /pæmˈpləʊnə; Spanish pamˈplona/ noun 1. a city in N Spain in the foothills of the Pyrenees: capital of the kingdom of Navarre from the 11th century until 1841. Pop: 190 937 (2003 est) Former name Pampeluna city in Spain, Roman […]
/ˌpamˈpʊn/ noun (South African) 1. a pumpkin 2. (informal) a fool