[pot-huhn-ter] /ˈpɒtˌhʌn tər/
a person who hunts for food or profit, ignoring the rules of sport.
a person who takes part in contests merely to win prizes.
a person who hunts for food or for profit without regard to the rules of sport
(informal) a person who enters competitions for the sole purpose of winning prizes
A person who scavenges in abandoned buildings, towns, fields, etc: Cemeteries are also considered fair game for pothunters
[1958+; probably an informal term for ”archaeologist,” since pots and pot fragments are so crucial to their work]
/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 […]
[pot-i-dee-uh] /ˌpɒt ɪˈdi ə/ noun 1. a city on the Chalcidice Peninsula, whose revolt against Athens in 432 b.c. was one of the causes of the Peloponnesian War.
[pot-uh-fer] /ˈpɒt ə fər/ noun 1. the Egyptian officer whose wife tried to seduce Joseph. Gen. 39:1–20. /ˈpɒtɪfə/ noun 1. (Old Testament) one of Pharaoh’s officers, who bought Joseph as a slave (Genesis 37:36) dedicated to Ra; i.e., to the sun-god, the Egyptian to whom the Ishmaelites sold Joseph (Gen. 39:1). He was “captain of […]