a red or yellow ant, Monomorium pharaonis, introduced from Europe into North America: a common household pest.
a small yellowish-red ant, Monomorium pharaonis, of warm regions: accidentally introduced into many countries, infesting heated buildings
[fair-oh, far-oh, fey-roh] /ˈfɛər oʊ, ˈfær oʊ, ˈfeɪ roʊ/ noun 1. one of a breed of medium-sized gazehounds with a smooth coat, red to tan in color with white markings, and erect ears. noun 1. a medium-sized powerful swift-moving short-haired breed of hound having a glossy tan coat, sometimes with white markings
[fair-oh, far-oh, fey-roh] /ˈfɛər oʊ, ˈfær oʊ, ˈfeɪ roʊ/ noun 1. a title of an ancient Egyptian king. 2. (lowercase) any person who uses power or authority to oppress others; tyrant. /ˈfɛərəʊ/ noun 1. the title of the ancient Egyptian kings n. title of the kings of ancient Egypt, Old English Pharon, from Latin Pharaonem, […]
[fair-ey-on-ik, far-] /ˌfɛər eɪˈɒn ɪk, ˌfær-/ adjective 1. (sometimes lowercase) of or like a : living in Pharaonic splendor. 2. (usually lowercase) impressively or overwhelmingly large, luxurious, etc.: a construction project of pharaonic proportions. 3. (lowercase) cruelly oppressive; tyrannical: pharaonic tax laws.
1. Bachelor of Pharmacy. Latin Pharmaciae Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Pharmacy)