[paks roh-mey-nuh, -mah-, pahks; Latin pahks roh-mah-nah] /ˈpæks roʊˈmeɪ nə, -ˈmɑ-, ˈpɑks; Latin ˈpɑks roʊˈmɑ nɑ/
the terms of peace imposed by ancient Rome on its dominions.
any state of peace imposed by a strong nation on weaker or defeated nations.
an uneasy or hostile peace.
the Roman peace; the long period of stability under the Roman Empire
Pax Romana [(pahks, paks roh-mah-nuh)]
Latin for “the Roman peace”; the peace enforced by ancient Rome within the boundaries of its empire.
[pak-stuh n] /ˈpæk stən/ noun 1. Sir Joseph, 1801–65, English horticulturist and architect. /ˈpækstən/ noun 1. Sir Joseph. 1801–65, English architect, who designed Crystal Palace (1851), the first large structure of prefabricated glass and iron parts
[pahks woh-bis-koo m; English paks voh-bis-kuh m, pahks] /ˈpɑks woʊˈbɪs kʊm; English ˈpæks voʊˈbɪs kəm, ˈpɑks/ Latin. 1. peace be with you. /pæks vəʊˈbɪskʊm/ uknown 1. peace be with you
[paks-waks] /ˈpæksˌwæks/ noun, British Dialect. 1. the neck ligament; nuchal ligament. /ˈpæksˌwæks/ noun 1. (dialect) a strong ligament in the neck of many mammals, which supports the head
[pey] /peɪ/ verb (used with object), paid or ( Obsolete, except for def 12 ) payed, paying. 1. to settle (a debt, obligation, etc.), as by transferring money or goods, or by doing something: Please pay your bill. 2. to give over (a certain amount of money) in exchange for something: He paid twenty dollars […]