a person who deposits personal property as a .
a person who gives or makes a pledge
1. a combining form meaning “paralysis, cessation of motion,” in the limbs or region of the body specified by the initial element: cardioplegia; hemiplegia; quadriplegia. combining form 1. indicating a specified type of paralysis: paraplegia -plegia suff. Paralysis: monoplegia.
[plee-uh d, plahy-uh d] /ˈpli əd, ˈplaɪ əd/ noun 1. any of the Pleiades. 2. French Pléiade [pley-yad] /pleɪˈyad/ (Show IPA). a group of seven French poets of the latter half of the 16th century. 3. (usually lowercase) any group of eminent or brilliant persons or things, especially when seven in number. /ˈplaɪəd/ noun 1. […]
[plee-uh-deez, plahy-] /ˈpli əˌdiz, ˈplaɪ-/ plural noun 1. Classical Mythology. seven daughters of Atlas and half sisters of the Hyades, placed among the stars to save them from the pursuit of Orion. One of them (the Lost Pleiad, ) hides, either from grief or shame. 2. Astronomy. a conspicuous group or cluster of stars in […]
[pleyn-air; French ple-ner] /ˌpleɪnˈɛər; French plɛˈnɛr/ adjective 1. pertaining to a manner or style of painting developed chiefly in France in the mid-19th century, characterized by the representation of the luminous effects of natural light and atmosphere as contrasted with the artificial light and absence of the sense of air or atmosphere associated with paintings […]