[luh pwee] /lə ˈpwi/
a city in and the capital of Haute-Loire, in central France: cathedral.
“conical volcanic hill,” especially those in Auvergne, 1858, from French puy, from Latin podium “a height, balcony,” literally “support” (see podium).
[pwee-duh-dohm] /pwi dəˈdoʊm/ noun 1. a mountain in central France. 4805 feet (1465 meters). 2. a department in central France. 3095 sq. mi. (8015 sq. km). Capital: Clermont-Ferrand.
[pyoo-al-uh p] /pyuˈæl əp/ noun, plural Puyallups (especially collectively) Puyallup. 1. a member of a Salishan-speaking North American Indian tribe living in the Puget Sound area of Washington. [pyoo-al-uh p] /pyuˈæl əp/ noun 1. a city in W Washington, SE of Tacoma.
- Puy de sancy
/French pwi də sɑ̃si/ noun 1. a mountain in S central France: highest peak of the Monts Dore. Height: 1886 m (6188 ft)
[poo-yee] /ˈpuˈyi/ noun 1. Henry, 1906–67, as Hsüan T’ung, last emperor of China 1908–12; as K’ang Tê, puppet emperor of Manchukuo 1934–45. /ˈpuːˈjiː/ noun 1. Henry. 1906–67, last emperor of China as Xuan-Tong (1908–12); emperor of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo as Kang-de (1934–45)