Camille. born 1947, US writer and academic, noted for provocative cultural studies such as Sexual Personae (1990) and Vamps and Tramps (1995)
[French pan-yuh] /French ˈpan yə/ noun, plural pagnes [French pan-yuh] /French ˈpan yə/ (Show IPA) 1. a garment worn by some African peoples, consisting of a rectangular strip of cloth fashioned into a loincloth or wrapped on the body so as to form a short skirt.
[pa-nyawl] /paˈnyɔl/ noun 1. Marcel [mar-sel] /marˈsɛl/ (Show IPA), 1895–1974, French playwright. /French panjol/ noun 1. Marcel (Paul) (marsɛl). 1895–1974, French dramatist, film director, and novelist, noted for his depiction of Provençal life in such films as Manon des Sources (1952; remade 1986)
[puh-goh-duh] /pəˈgoʊ də/ noun 1. (in India, Burma, China, etc.) a temple or sacred building, usually a pyramidlike tower and typically having upward-curving roofs over the individual stories. 2. any of several former gold or silver coins of southern India, usually bearing a figure of such a temple, first issued in the late 16th century […]
noun 1. a spreading, round-headed tree, Sophora japonica, of the legume family, native to China and Korea, having yellowish-white flowers in loose, showy clusters, grown widely as a street tree. noun 1. a Chinese leguminous tree, Sophora japonica, with ornamental white flowers and dark green foliage
[pahng-oh pahng-oh, pahng-goh pahng-goh, pah-goh pah-goh] /ˈpɑŋ oʊ ˈpɑŋ oʊ, ˈpɑŋ goʊ ˈpɑŋ goʊ, ˈpɑ goʊ ˈpɑ goʊ/ noun 1. the chief harbor and town of American Samoa, on Tutuila island: naval station. noun 1. the part of Samoa belonging to the U.S., comprising mainly Tutuila and the Manua Islands. 76 sq. mi. (197 sq. […]