[pem-broo k or especially for 4, -brohk] /ˈpɛm brʊk or especially for 4, -broʊk/
a borough in Dyfed, in SW Wales: birthplace of King Henry VII.
one of a variety of Welsh corgi having a short or docked tail.
Compare (def 2).
a city in SE Massachusetts.
a town in SW Wales, in Pembrokeshire on Milford Haven: 11th-century castle where Henry VII was born. Pop (with Pembroke Dock): 15 890 (2001)
the smaller variety of corgi, usually having a short tail
[pem-brohk] /ˈpɛm broʊk/ noun 1. a city in SE Florida, near Fort Lauderdale.
[pem-broo k-sheer, -sher, -brohk-] /ˈpɛm brʊkˌʃɪər, -ʃər, -broʊk-/ noun 1. a historic county in Dyfed, in SW Wales. /ˈpɛmbrʊkˌʃɪə; -ʃə/ noun 1. a county of SW Wales, on the Irish Sea and the Bristol Channel: formerly (1974–96) part of Dyfed: a hilly peninsula with a deeply indented coast: tourism, agriculture, oil refining. Administrative centre: Haverfordwest […]
noun 1. a drop-leaf table with fly rails and with a drawer at one end or each end of the skirt. noun 1. a small table with drop leaves and often one or more drawers
[pem-i-kuh n] /ˈpɛm ɪ kən/ noun 1. dried meat pounded into a powder and mixed with hot fat and dried fruits or berries, pressed into a loaf or into small cakes, originally prepared by North American Indians. /ˈpɛmɪkən/ noun 1. a small pressed cake of shredded dried meat, pounded into paste with fat and berries […]