[pahy-buh l] /ˈpaɪ bəl/
the measurement and computation of the speed and direction of winds by theodolitic tracking of a pilot balloon.
(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 […]
[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. […]