(Ezek. 30:17), supposed to mean. “a cat,” or a deity in the form of a cat, worshipped by the Egyptians. It was called by the Greeks Bubastis. The hieroglyphic name is “Pe-bast”, i.e., the house of Bast, the Artemis of the Egyptians. The town of Bubasts was situated on the Pelusian branch, i.e., the easternmost branch, of the Delta. It was the seat of one of the chief annual festivals of the Egyptians. Its ruins bear the modern name of Tel-Basta.
[pib-gawrn] /ˈpɪb gɔrn/ noun 1. an ancient wind instrument of Wales resembling the hornpipe.
[pi-blok-toh] /pɪˈblɒk toʊ/ noun, plural pibloktos. Psychology. 1. a culture-specific syndrome occurring among traditional Eskimo women, characterized by an outburst of cries or screams, the removal of clothing, and seeming possession by a bird or animal spirit.
[pee-brokh] /ˈpi brɒx/ noun 1. (in the Scottish Highlands) a piece of music for the bagpipe, consisting of a series of variations on a basic theme, usually martial in character, but sometimes used as a dirge. /ˈpiːbrɒk; Gaelic ˈpiːbrɒx/ noun 1. a form of music for Scottish bagpipes, consisting of a theme and variations 2. […]
[pik] /pɪk/ noun, plural pix [piks] /pɪks/ (Show IPA), pics. Slang. 1. a movie. 2. a photograph. [peek] /pik/ noun, Piquet. 1. the scoring of 30 points in the declaration of hands and in the play before one’s opponent scores a point. 2. the bonus of 30 points won for so scoring. /pɪk/ noun (pl) […]