[pap-uh-lon; French pa-pee-yawn] /ˈpæp əˌlɒn; French pa piˈyɔ̃/
noun, plural papillons
[-lonz; French pa-pee-yawn] /-ˌlɒnz; French pa piˈyɔ̃/ (Show IPA)
one of a breed of toy spaniels having a long, silky coat and large, erect ears held so that they resemble the wings of a butterfly.
a breed of toy spaniel with large ears
1907, as a breed of dog, from French papillon, literally “butterfly,” from Latin papilionem (nominative papilio) “butterfly,” perhaps from a reduplicated form of PIE root *pal- “to touch, feel, shake.”
The Latin word is cognate with Old English fifealde “butterfly,” Old Saxon fifoldara, Old Norse fifrildi, Old High German vivaltra, German Falter. The dog so called for the shape of the ears.
papilloretinitis pap·il·lo·ret·i·ni·tis (pāp’ə-lō-rět’n-ī’tĭs) n. Papillitis with extension of the inflammation to neighboring parts of the retina. Also called retinopapillitis.
[pap-uh-lohs] /ˈpæp əˌloʊs/ adjective 1. full of .
[pap-uh-loht; French pa-pee-yawt] /ˈpæp əˌloʊt; French pa piˈyɔt/ noun 1. a decorative curled paper placed over the end of the bone of a cutlet or chop. 2. a wrapping of foil or oiled paper in which food is cooked and served. 3. . /ˈpæpɪˌləʊt/ noun 1. a paper frill around cutlets, etc 2. en papillote […]
papillotomy pap·il·lot·o·my (pāp’ə-lŏt’ə-mē) n. Incision into the major duodenal papilla.