[puh-noh-chuh] /pəˈnoʊ tʃə/
Also, penuche. a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico.
Slang: Vulgar. (especially among Mexican Americans) the vulva.
a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico
(in the US) a sweet made from brown sugar and milk, often with chopped nuts
also panoche, 1847, from American Spanish panocha “brown sugar,” perhaps ultimately from Latin panucula “tuft,” diminutive of panus “tuft, swelling; ear of millet” (see panic (n.2)).
[pa-nof-skee] /pæˈnɒf ski/ noun 1. Erwin, 1892–1968, U.S. art historian, born in Germany.
A family of pattern-directed string processing languages based on generalised Markov algorithms. PANON-1 is based on simple generalised Markov algorithms and PANON-2 on conditional functional generalised Markov algorithms. [“String Processing Languages and Generalized Markov Algorithms”, A. C. Forino, Proc IFIP Working Conf on Symb Manip Languages, pp.141-206, Amsterdam 1968].
[pan-uh-plee] /ˈpæn ə pli/ noun, plural panoplies. 1. a wide-ranging and impressive array or display: the dazzling panoply of the maharaja’s procession; the panoply of European history. 2. a complete suit of armor. 3. a protective covering. 4. full ceremonial attire or paraphernalia; special dress and equipment. /ˈpænəplɪ/ noun (pl) -plies 1. a complete or […]
[pan-op-tik] /pænˈɒp tɪk/ adjective 1. permitting the viewing of all parts or elements: a panoptic stain used in microscopy; a panoptic aerial photograph of an enemy missile base. 2. considering all parts or elements; all inclusive: a panoptic criticism of modern poetry. /pænˈɒptɪk/ adjective 1. taking in all parts, aspects, etc, in a single view; […]