[puhn-jah-bee] /pʌnˈdʒɑ bi/
noun, plural Punjabis for 1.
a native or inhabitant of the Punjab.
an Indic language of the Punjab.
of or relating to the Punjab, its people, or their language.
a member of the chief people of the Punjab
the state language of the Punjab, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family
of or relating to the Punjab, its people, or their language
plural noun 1. a former group of states in NW India: amalgamated with Punjab state (in India) in 1956. plural noun 1. (formerly) a group of states in NW India, amalgamated in 1956 with Punjab state
n. sharpened and often poisoned bamboo stake set in a hole as a trap for animals or enemies, 1872, of unknown origin, probably from a Tibeto-Burman language (first recorded in a Bengal context).
[poo n-jee, puhn-] /ˈpʊn dʒi, ˈpʌn-/ noun 1. a sharp bamboo stake concealed in high grass at an angle so as to gash the feet and legs of enemy soldiers and often coated with excrement so as to cause an infected wound.
[puhngk] /pʌŋk/ noun 1. any prepared substance, usually in stick form, that will smolder and can be used to light fireworks, fuses, etc. 2. dry, decayed wood that can be used as tinder. 3. 3 . 4. a spongy substance derived from fungi; amadou; touchwood. [puhngk] /pʌŋk/ noun 1. Slang. 2. . 3. a style […]