[pen-dee-kaws-tah-ree-awn; English pen-ti-ko-stair-ee-on] /ˌpɛn di kɔsˈtɑ ri ɔn; English ˌpɛn tɪ kɒˈstɛər iˌɒn/
noun, plural pentecostaria
[pen-dee-kaws-tah-ree-ah; English pen-ti-ko-stair-ee-uh] /ˌpɛn di kɔsˈtɑ ri ɑ; English ˌpɛn tɪ kɒˈstɛər i ə/ (Show IPA), pentecostarions. Greek Orthodox Church.
a service book of offices for the period from Easter to the Sunday after Pentecost.
[pen-ti-kaw-stuh l, -stl, -kos-tuh l, -tl-] /ˌpɛn tɪˈkɔ stəl, -stl, -ˈkɒs təl, -tl-/ adjective 1. of or relating to , a Christian festival commemorating the descent of the Holy Ghost upon the apostles. 2. noting or relating to any of various Christian groups, usually fundamentalist, that emphasize the activity of the Holy Spirit, stress holiness […]
[pen-tel-i-kuh s] /pɛnˈtɛl ɪ kəs/ noun 1. Latin name of .
[pen-tel-i-kon; Greek pen-de-lee-kawn] /pɛnˈtɛl ɪˌkɒn; Greek ˌpɛn dɛ liˈkɔn/ noun 1. . /pɛnˈtɛlɪkɒn/ noun 1. a mountain in SE Greece, near Athens: famous for its white marble, worked regularly from the 6th century bc, from which the chief buildings and sculptures in Athens are made. Height: 1109 m (3638 ft) Latin name Pentelicus
/ˈpɛntiːn/ noun 1. a colourless flammable liquid alkene having several straight-chained isomeric forms, used in the manufacture of organic compounds. Formula: C5H10 Also called amylene