[pot-hoo k] /ˈpɒtˌhʊk/
a hook for suspending a pot or kettle over an open fire.
an iron rod, usually curved, with a hook at the end, used to lift hot pots, irons, stove lids, etc.
an S -shaped stroke in writing, especially as made by children in learning to write.
a curved or S-shaped hook used for suspending a pot over a fire
a long hook used for lifting hot pots, lids, etc
an S-shaped mark, often made by children when learning to write
One’s handwriting; scribble; hen tracks (1795+)
[poh-thos, -thuh s, poth-ohs, -uh s] /ˈpoʊ θɒs, -θəs, ˈpɒθ oʊs, -əs/ noun, plural pothos, pothoses. 1. any of various tropical climbing vines belonging to the genera Pothos and Epipremnum, of the arum family, especially E. aureum, widely cultivated for its variegated foliage.
[pot-huhn-ter] /ˈpɒtˌhʌn tər/ noun 1. a person who hunts for food or profit, ignoring the rules of sport. 2. a person who takes part in contests merely to win prizes. /ˈpɒtˌhʌntə/ noun 1. a person who hunts for food or for profit without regard to the rules of sport 2. (informal) a person who enters […]
/ˈpɒtˌhaʊs/ noun 1. (Brit) (formerly) a small tavern or pub
[poh-teesh; French paw-teesh] /poʊˈtiʃ; French pɔˈtiʃ/ noun, plural potiches [poh-tee-shiz; French paw-teesh] /poʊˈti ʃɪz; French pɔˈtiʃ/ (Show IPA) 1. a vase or jar, as of porcelain, with a rounded or polygonal body narrowing at the top. /pɒˈtiːʃ/ noun (pl) -tiches (-ˈtiːʃɪz; -ˈtiːʃ) 1. a tall vase or jar, as of porcelain, with a round or […]