[pouuh r, pou-er; German pour] /paʊər, ˈpaʊ ər; German paʊr/
[ey-meel] /ˈeɪ mil/ (Show IPA), 1855–1932, Austrian violinist and conductor.
[pou-rah-key; Spanish pou-rah-ke] /paʊˈrɑ keɪ; Spanish paʊˈrɑ kɛ/ noun, plural pauraques [pou-rah-keyz; Spanish pou-rah-kes] /paʊˈrɑ keɪz; Spanish paʊˈrɑ kɛs/ (Show IPA) 1. a large, tropical American goatsucker, Nyctidromus albicollis.
/ˈpɔːrəˌpɒd/ noun 1. a member of the Pauropoda, a class of minute myriapods less than 2 mm (1/20 in.) in size, having 8 to 10 pairs of legs and branched antennae
[paw-sey-nee-uh s] /pɔˈseɪ ni əs/ noun 1. flourished a.d. c175, Greek traveler, geographer, and author. /pɔːˈseɪnɪəs/ noun 1. 2nd century ad, Greek geographer and historian. His Description of Greece gives a valuable account of the topography of ancient Greece
[pawz] /pɔz/ noun 1. a temporary stop or rest, especially in speech or action: a short pause after each stroke of the oar. 2. a cessation of activity because of doubt or uncertainty; a momentary hesitation. 3. any comparatively brief stop, delay, wait, etc.: I would like to make a pause in my talk and […]