[paj-it] /ˈpædʒ ɪt/
Sir James, 1814–99, English surgeon and pathologist.
Paget Pag·et (pāj’ĭt), Sir James. 1814-1899.
British surgeon and pathologist who discovered (1834) the parasitic worm that causes trichinosis, described (1874) Paget’s disease of the breast, and identified (1877) osteitis deformans.
British surgeon and researcher who was a pioneer of modern pathology. He discovered the cause of trichinosis in 1834, reported on diseases of the bones and joints, and described Paget’s disease.
adjective 1. (Brit) of or associated with the photography of topless women, as published in the daily Page Three feature of The Sun: a page-three model 2. (Indian) of or relating to fashionable and glamorous people: a page-three party
[peyj-tur-ner] /ˈpeɪdʒˌtɜr nər/ noun 1. a book so exciting or gripping that one is compelled to read it very rapidly. noun 1. an exciting novel, such as a thriller, with a fast-moving story
[peyj-vyoo] /ˈpeɪdʒˌvyu/ noun, Digital Technology. 1. one viewing of a Web page; a single visit: Tracking pageviews is a way of predicting the advertising potential of a website. /ˈpeɪdʒˌvjuː/ noun 1. (computing) an electronic page of information displayed in response to a user’s request, such as one page of a website
God allots, a prince of the tribe of Asher (Num. 1:13), in the wilderness.