[pahy-yet, pey-, puh-let; French pa-yet] /paɪˈyɛt, peɪ-, pəˈlɛt; French paˈyɛt/
noun, plural paillettes
[pal-yets, puh-lets; French pa-yet] /pælˈyɛts, pəˈlɛts; French paˈyɛt/ (Show IPA)
a spangle for ornamenting a costume.
(in enameling) a decorative piece of gold, silver, or colored foil.
/pælˈjɛt; French pajɛt/
a sequin or spangle sewn onto a costume
a small piece of metal or foil, used in enamelling for decoration
[French pah-yawn] /French pɑˈyɔ̃/ noun, plural paillons [French pah-yawn] /French pɑˈyɔ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. a sheet of thin metallic foil used decoratively in enameling and gilding.
[pahy-loh] /ˈpaɪˈloʊ/ noun, plural pai-loo, pai-loos. 1. (in Chinese architecture) a decorative or monumental gateway having a trabeated form with three compartments, the central one higher than the others.
[pahy-mee-oh] /ˈpaɪ miˌoʊ/ noun 1. a chair developed by Alvar Aalto between 1930 and 1933, having two continuous, ribbonlike elements made of bent laminated birch veneers forming the arms and legs and supporting a sheet of bent plywood that forms the back and seat.
[peynd] /peɪnd/ adjective 1. hurt; injured. 2. showing or expressing distress, anguish, or resentment: a pained look in reply to a sarcastic remark. [peyn] /peɪn/ noun 1. physical suffering or distress, as due to injury, illness, etc. 2. a distressing sensation in a particular part of the body: a back pain. 3. mental or emotional […]