[pap-uh-dop-uh-luh s; Greek pah-pah-daw-poo-laws] /ˌpæp əˈdɒp ə ləs; Greek ˌpɑ pɑˈdɔ pu lɔs/
George, 1919–99, Greek military leader and dictator (1967–74).
/ˌpæpəˈdɒpələs; Greek papaˈðɔpulɔs/
Georgios. 1919–99, Greek army officer and statesman; prime minister (1967–73) and president (1973) in Greece’s military government
Tassos Nikolaou.1934–2008, Cypriot politician: president of Cyprus from 2003
[pah-puh-duh m] /ˈpɑ pə dəm/ noun 1. an Indian flatbread made of lentil flour, often topped with chutney or various dips or salsas.
[pah-puh-gahy-oh; Spanish pah-pah-gah-yaw] /ˌpɑ pəˈgaɪ oʊ; Spanish ˌpɑ pɑˈgɑ yɔ/ noun 1. Gulf of, an inlet of the Pacific, on the NW coast of Costa Rica. 15 miles (25 km) long; 25 miles (40 km) wide. 2. a violent northerly wind occurring along the W coast of Central America, especially on the Gulf of Papagayo.
[pap-uh-goh, pah-puh-] /ˈpæp əˌgoʊ, ˈpɑ pə-/ noun, plural Papagos (especially collectively) Papago for 1. 1. a member of a North American Indian people closely related to the Pima and now living mainly in southern Arizona and northwestern Mexico. 2. the Uto-Aztecan language of the Papago Indians, closely related to Pima.
noun 1. 2 (def 2). noun a letter or announcement from the Pope to the Catholic world Word Origin so called because a lead bulla or seal was attached to the Pope’s edict by a cord