[pel-muh-nee; Russian pyil-mye-nyi] /ˈpɛl mə ni; Russian pyɪlˈmyɛ nyɪ/
plural noun, Russian Cookery.
a Siberian dish of small pockets of dough filled with seasoned, minced beef, lamb, or pork and served boiled, fried, or in a soup.
[pel-mit] /ˈpɛl mɪt/ noun 1. a decorative cornice or valance at the head of a window or doorway, used to cover the fastenings from which curtains are hung. /ˈpɛlmɪt/ noun 1. an ornamental drapery or board fixed above a window to conceal the curtain rail
[pel-oid] /ˈpɛl ɔɪd/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. mud used therapeutically.
[puh-lop-i-duh s] /pəˈlɒp ɪ dəs/ noun 1. died 364 b.c, Greek general and statesman of Thebes.
[pel-uh-puh-nee-suh s] /ˌpɛl ə pəˈni səs/ noun 1. a peninsula forming the S part of Greece: seat of the early Mycenaean civilization and the powerful city-states of Argos, Sparta, etc. 8356 sq. mi. (21,640 sq. km). /ˌpɛləpəˈniːs/ noun 1. the Peloponnese, the S peninsula of Greece, joined to central Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth: […]