[pa-poos, puh-] /pæˈpus, pə-/
a North American Indian baby or young child.
an American Indian baby or child
a pouchlike bag used for carrying a baby, worn on the back
1630s, from Narragansett papoos “child,” or a similar New England Algonquian word; said to mean literally “very young.”
Papovaviridae Pa·po·va·vir·i·dae (pə-pō’və-vēr’ĭ-dē’) n. A family of small antigenically distinct viruses, comprising the genera Papillomavirus and Polyomavirus, that replicate in nuclei of infected cells.
[puh-poh-vuh-vahy-ruh s] /pəˈpoʊ vəˌvaɪ rəs/ noun, plural papovaviruses. Pathology, Veterinary Pathology. 1. any of a group of DNA-containing human and animal viruses, including polyoma viruses and some papillomaviruses, most of which produce tumors. papovavirus pa·po·va·vi·rus (pə-pō’və-vī’rəs) n. A virus of the family Papovaviridae.
[pap] /pæp/ noun 1. Joseph (Yosl Papirofsky) 1921–91, U.S. theatrical producer and director. p-aminopropiophenone
[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.