pedorthics pe·dor·thics (pĭ-dôr’thĭks)
The art concerned with the design, manufacture, fit, and modification of foot appliances as prescribed for relief of painful or disabling conditions of the foot.
[pee-droh, pey-] /ˈpi droʊ, ˈpeɪ-/ noun, plural pedros. Cards. 1. any of several varieties of all fours in which the five of trumps counts at its face value. 2. the five of trumps. [pey-droh; Portuguese pe-droo] /ˈpeɪ droʊ; Portuguese ˈpɛ drʊ/ noun 1. (Dom Pedro) 1798–1834, king of Portugal (1826, as Pedro IV) and first […]
- Pedro I
[pey-droh; Portuguese pe-droo] /ˈpeɪ droʊ; Portuguese ˈpɛ drʊ/ noun 1. (Dom Pedro) 1798–1834, king of Portugal (1826, as Pedro IV) and first emperor of Brazil 1822–31. /ˈpɛdrəʊ/ noun 1. 1798–1834, first emperor of Brazil (1822–31); son of John VI of Portugal: declared Brazilian independence (1822)
- Pedro II
noun 1. (Dom Pedro II) 1825–91, emperor of Brazil 1831–89. noun 1. 1825–91, last emperor of Brazil (1831–89); son of Pedro I. He was deposed when Brazil became a republic (1889)
[pe-th raw hwahn kah-vah-ye-raw] /ˈpɛ ðrɔ ˈʰwɑn ˌkɑ vɑˈyɛ rɔ/ noun 1. a city in E central Paraguay.