[pey-nim] /ˈpeɪ nɪm/
a pagan or heathen.
a heathen or pagan
mid-13c., “heathen lands,” from Old French paienime, paienisme “heathen, pagan; Saracen lands or culture or faith,” from Late Latin paganismus “heathendom” (Augustine), from paganus “heathen” (see pagan); mistaken meaning “a heathen person” (late 14c., also in Old French) is via phrases such as paynim lands.
[pey-awf, -of] /ˈpeɪˌɔf, -ˌɒf/ noun 1. the payment of a salary, debt, wager, etc. 2. the time at which such payment is made. 3. the consequence, outcome, or final sequence in a series of events, actions, or circumstances: The payoff was when they fired him. 4. Informal. the climax of something, especially a story or […]
noun 1. the ratio between dividends paid out and earnings per share of common stock within a time period.
/ˈpeɪˌpɑːs/ noun 1. trademark a type of wave-and-pay system that employs RDIF technology, and allows shoppers to pay for low-value goods by touching their debit or credit card against an electronic reader See also wave-and-pay
[pey-per-klik] /ˈpeɪ pərˈklɪk/ noun 1. a system used to set prices for online advertisements on a search engine or other website, by which the advertiser pays a small fee to the website publisher each time a user clicks on the advertisement. adjective 2. noting or relating to such a system: pay-per-click ads to reach your […]