[puh-sif-uh-ee] /pəˈsɪf əˌi/
Classical Mythology. the wife of Minos, mother of Ariadne, and mother of the Minotaur by the Cretan bull.
Astronomy. a small moon of the planet Jupiter.
(Greek myth) the wife of Minos and mother (by a bull) of the Minotaur
(astronomy) a small outer satellite of the planet Jupiter
wife of Minos, mother of Phaedra and Ariadne, from Latin, from Greek Pasiphae, from pasiphaes “shining for all,” from pasi “for all,” dative plural of pas, pan “all” (see pan-) + phaos “light” (see fantasy).
[puh-sith-ee-uh] /pəˈsɪθ i ə/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. one of the Graces.
[pahs-khuh] /ˈpɑs xə/ noun, Russian Cookery. 1. an Easter dessert of pot cheese mixed with sugar, butter, cream, raisins, nuts, etc., and pressed into a pyramidal mold: usually served with kulich.
[French pah mar-shey] /French pɑ marˈʃeɪ/ noun, plural pas marchés [French pah mar-shey] /French pɑ marˈʃeɪ/ (Show IPA). Ballet. 1. a marching step. 2. a walking step in which the turned-out pointed toe reaches the ground first, then the heel is lowered before the weight is transferred to the whole foot on the ground.
[pah-soh doh-bley; Spanish pah-saw daw-vle] /ˈpɑ soʊ ˈdoʊ bleɪ; Spanish ˈpɑ sɔ ˈdɔ vlɛ/ noun, plural paso dobles Spanish, pasos dobles [pah-saws daw-vles] /ˈpɑ sɔs ˈdɔ vlɛs/ (Show IPA) 1. a quick, light march often played at bullfights. 2. a two-step, especially one done to Latin-American rhythms. /ˈpæsəʊ ˈdəʊbleɪ; Spanish ˈpaso ˈdoβle/ noun (pl) paso […]