[puh-noo-chee] /pəˈnu tʃi/
Also, panocha. Northern, North Midland, and Western U.S. a fudgelike candy made of brown sugar, butter, and milk, usually with nuts.
a variant of panocha
[pee-nuhk-uh l] /ˈpi nʌk əl/ noun 1. . [pee-nuhk-uh l, -nok-] /ˈpi nʌk əl, -nɒk-/ noun 1. a popular card game played by two, three, or four persons, with a 48-card deck. 2. a meld of the queen of spades and the jack of diamonds in this game. /ˈpiːnʌkəl/ noun 1. less common spellings of […]
[pee-nuhk-uh l] /ˈpi nʌk əl/ noun 1. . /ˈpiːnʌkəl/ noun 1. less common spellings of pinochle
[pee-nuhlt, pi-nuhlt] /ˈpi nʌlt, pɪˈnʌlt/ noun 1. the next to the last syllable in a word. /ˈpɛnʌlt; pɪˈnʌlt/ noun 1. the last syllable but one in a word adj. “last but one,” 1530s, abbreviation of penultima. As a noun from 1570s.
face of God, a place not far from Succoth, on the east of the Jordan and north of the river Jabbok. It is also called “Peniel.” Here Jacob wrestled (Gen. 32:24-32) “with a man” (“the angel”, Hos. 12:4. Jacob says of him, “I have seen God face to face”) “till the break of day.” A […]