[pey-fos] /ˈpeɪ fɒs/
an ancient city in SW Cyprus.
[pey-fuh s] /ˈpeɪ fəs/ (Show IPA). Classical Mythology. the son of Pygmalion, who inherited the throne of Cyprus.
a town in SW Cyprus, near the sites of two ancient cities: famous as the centre of Aphrodite worship and traditionally the place at which she landed after her birth among the waves. Pop: 53 060 (2001)
(Greek myth) the son of Pygmalion and Galatea, who succeeded his father on the throne of Cyprus
the capital of the island of Cyprus, and therefore the residence of the Roman governor. It was visited by Paul and Barnabas on their first missionary tour (Acts 13:6). It is new Paphos which is here meant. It lay on the west coast of the island, about 8 miles north of old Paphos. Its modern name is Baffa.
[pah-pyah-men-taw; English pah-pyuh-men-toh] /ˌpɑ pyɑˈmɛn tɔ; English ˌpɑ pyəˈmɛn toʊ/ noun 1. a creolized language based on Spanish and spoken on Curaçao. /Spanish papjaˈmento/ noun 1. a creolized Spanish spoken in the Netherlands Antilles
[French pa-pyey kaw-ley] /French paˈpyeɪ kɔˈleɪ/ noun, plural papiers collés [French pa-pyey kaw-ley] /French paˈpyeɪ kɔˈleɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. . /French papje kɔle/ noun 1. a type of collage, usually of an abstract design
[pey-per-muh-shey, -ma-; French pa-pyey-mah-shey] /ˌpeɪ pər məˈʃeɪ, -mæ-; French pa pyeɪ mɑˈʃeɪ/ noun 1. a substance made of pulped paper or paper pulp mixed with glue and other materials or of layers of paper glued and pressed together, molded when moist to form various articles, and becoming hard and strong when dry. adjective 2. made […]
[puh-pil-ee-uh-ney-shuh s] /pəˌpɪl i əˈneɪ ʃəs/ adjective, Botany. 1. having an irregular corolla shaped somewhat like a butterfly, as the pea and other leguminous plants. 2. belonging to the family Papilionaceae (Fabaceae), that is often included as part of the Leguminosae.