[pawr-suh-luh-nahyz, pohr-, pawrs-luh-, pohrs-] /ˈpɔr sə ləˌnaɪz, ˈpoʊr-, ˈpɔrs lə-, ˈpoʊrs-/
verb (used with object), porcelainized, porcelainizing.
to make into or coat with or something resembling .
[pawr-suh-lin, pohr-; pawrs-lin, pohrs-] /ˈpɔr sə lɪn, ˈpoʊr-; ˈpɔrs lɪn, ˈpoʊrs-/ noun 1. a strong, vitreous, translucent ceramic material, biscuit-fired at a low temperature, the glaze then fired at a very high temperature. 2. ware made from this. /ˈpɔːslɪn; -leɪn; ˈpɔːsə-/ noun 1. a more or less translucent ceramic material, the principal ingredients being kaolin […]
[pawr-sahyn, -sin] /ˈpɔr saɪn, -sɪn/ adjective 1. of or relating to swine. 2. resembling swine; hoggish; piggish. /ˈpɔːsaɪn/ adjective 1. of, connected with, or characteristic of pigs adj. early 15c., “pertaining to swine; swinish,” from Old French porcin or directly from Latin porcinus “of a hog,” from porcus “hog, pig” (see pork (n.)). porcine (pôr’sīn’) […]
[pawr-chee-noh] /pɔrˈtʃi noʊ/ noun, plural porcini [pawr-chee-nee] /pɔrˈtʃi ni/ (Show IPA). Italian Cookery. 1. Usually, porcini. . /pɔːˈtʃiːnəʊ/ noun (pl) porcini (pɔːˈtʃiːnɪ) 1. an edible saprotrophic basidiomycetous woodland fungus, Boletus edulis, with a brown shining cap covering white spore-bearing tubes and having a rich nutty flavour: family Boletineae Also called cep
- Porcius festus
See FESTUS. the successor of Felix (A.D. 60) as procurator of Judea (Acts 24:27). A few weeks after he had entered on his office the case of Paul, then a prisoner at Caesarea, was reported to him. The “next day,” after he had gone down to Caesarea, he heard Paul defend himself in the presence […]