[pel-uh m-hol-is] /ˈpɛl əmˈhɒl ɪs/
Thomas, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1693–1768, British statesman: prime minister 1754–56, 1757–62 (brother of Henry Pelham).
/ˈpiːlɪˌæs/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a son of Poseidon and Tyro. He feared his nephew Jason and sent him to recover the Golden Fleece, hoping he would not return
[pel-i-kuh n] /ˈpɛl ɪ kən/ noun 1. any of several large, totipalmate, fish-eating birds of the family Pelecanidae, having a large bill with a distensible pouch. 2. a still or retort with two tubes that leave the body from the neck, curve in opposite directions, and reenter the body through the belly. /ˈpɛlɪkən/ noun 1. […]
- Pelican crossing
noun 1. a type of road crossing marked by black-and-white stripes or by two rows of metal studs and consisting of a pedestrian-operated traffic-light system
[pel-i-kuh n-flou-er] /ˈpɛl ɪ kənˌflaʊ ər/ noun 1. a woody vine, Aristolochia grandiflora, of the West Indies, having heart-shaped leaves and purple-spotted, purple-veined flowers from 18 to 24 inches (46 to 61 cm) wide with a long, taillike structure at the tip of the corolla.