[pas-uh-muh-kwod-ee] /ˌpæs ə məˈkwɒd i/
noun, plural Passamaquoddies (especially collectively) Passamaquoddy for 1.
a member of a small tribe of North American Indians formerly of coastal Maine and New Brunswick and now living in Maine.
the Eastern Algonquian language of the Passamaquoddy, mutually intelligible with Malecite.
Indian tribe of southeast Maine, from Micmac, literally “place where pollack are plentiful,” or else, if it originally is a tribal name, “those of the place of many pollack.”
noun 1. an inlet of the Bay of Fundy, between Maine and New Brunswick, at the mouth of the St. Croix River. /ˌpæsəməˈkwɒdɪ/ noun 1. an inlet of the Bay of Fundy between New Brunswick (Canada) and Maine (US) at the mouth of the St Croix River
[pas-uh-muh nt] /ˈpæs ə mənt/ noun 1. .
[pas-uh nt] /ˈpæs ənt/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (of a beast) represented as in the act of walking, with one forepaw raised. /ˈpæsənt/ adjective 1. (usually postpositive) (heraldry) (of a beast) walking, with the right foreleg raised adj. late 14c., from Old French passant, present participle of passer (see pass (v.)).
/pəˈsɑːtə/ noun 1. a sauce made from sieved tomatoes, often used in Italian cookery