[pe-shah-wer] /pɛˈʃɑ wər/
a city in N Pakistan, near the Khyber Pass: capital of the former North-West Frontier province.
[nawrth-west, -west] /ˈnɔrθˌwɛst, -ˈwɛst/
a province in Pakistan, bordering Punjab and Kashmir on the west: a former province of British India. 28,773 sq. mi. (77,516 sq. km).
a city in N Pakistan, at the E end of the Khyber Pass: one of the oldest cities in Pakistan and capital of the ancient kingdom of Gandhara; university (1950). Pop: 1 255 000 (2005 est)
a province in N Pakistan between Afghanistan and Jammu and Kashmir: part of British India from 1901 until 1947; of strategic importance, esp for the Khyber Pass. Capital: Peshawar. Pop: 20 170 000 (2003 est). Area: 74 522 sq km (28 773 sq miles)
- Pes hippocampi
pes hippocampi pes hip·po·cam·pi (hĭp’ə-kām’pī) n. The anterior thickened extremity of the hippocampus.
[puh-shee-tuh] /pəˈʃi tə/ noun 1. the principal Syriac version of the Bible. /pəˈʃiːtə/ noun 1. the principal Syriac version of the Bible
[pes-kee] /ˈpɛs ki/ adjective, peskier, peskiest. Informal. 1. annoyingly troublesome: bothered by a pesky fly. /ˈpɛskɪ/ adjective peskier, peskiest 1. (informal, mainly US & Canadian) troublesome: pesky flies adj. 1775, originally in New England dialect, perhaps a dialectal formation from pest (cf. plaguy “confounded, annoying, disagreeable”). Partridge suggests an origin in Essex dialect. adjective Vexatious; […]
[pey-soh; Spanish pe-saw] /ˈpeɪ soʊ; Spanish ˈpɛ sɔ/ noun, plural pesos [pey-sohz; Spanish pe-saws] /ˈpeɪ soʊz; Spanish ˈpɛ sɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a coin and monetary unit of Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Guinea-Bissau, Mexico, and the Philippines, equal to 100 centavos. 2. a coin and monetary unit of Uruguay, equal to 100 centesimos. […]