[poo r-pahr-tee] /ˈpʊərˌpɑr ti/
[poo r-point, -pwant] /ˈpʊərˌpɔɪnt, -ˌpwænt/ noun 1. a stuffed and quilted doublet worn by men from the 14th to 17th centuries. /ˈpʊəˌpɔɪnt/ noun 1. a man’s stuffed quilted doublet of a kind worn between the Middle Ages and the 17th century
noun, Chemistry. 1. the lowest temperature at which a substance will flow under given conditions. noun 1. (chem) the lowest temperature at which a mineral oil will flow under specified conditions
[poo-ree-tyr naw-bluh] /pu ri tür ˈnɔ blə/ noun, French. 1. .
noun, Chemistry. 1. any test for determining the pour point of a substance.