[pad-ee-mel-uh n] /ˈpæd iˌmɛl ən/
any of several small Australian wallabies, especially of the genus Thylogale.
a small wallaby of the genus Thylogale, of coastal scrubby regions of Australia
[pah-der-bawrn] /ˈpɑ dərˌbɔrn/ noun 1. a city in North Rhine–Westphalia, in NW Germany. /German paːdərˈbɔrn/ noun 1. a market town in NW Germany, in North Rhine-Westphalia: scene of the meeting between Charlemagne and Pope Leo III (799 ad) that led to the foundation of the Holy Roman Empire. Pop: 141 800 (2003 est)
[Polish pah-de-ref-ski; English pad-uh-ref-skee, -rev-] /Polish ˌpɑ dɛˈrɛf skɪ; English ˌpæd əˈrɛf ski, -ˈrɛv-/ noun 1. Ignace [French ee-nyas] /French iˈnyas/ (Show IPA), or Ignacy Jan [Polish ig-nah-tsi yahn] /Polish ɪgˈnɑ tsɪ yɑn/ (Show IPA), 1860–1941, Polish pianist, composer, patriot, and statesman. /Polish padɛˈrɛfski/ noun 1. Ignace Jan (iɲas jan). 1860–1941, Polish pianist, composer, and […]
[pad-ahy] /ˈpædˌaɪ/ noun, plural padeyes. 1. a ring fixed to the structure of a ship as a hold for small lines, tackles, etc.
noun 1. Furniture. any of various kinds of feet to a cabriole leg, as club, slipper, trifid, or web, having the form of a flattened extension of its lines.