[pam-flit] /ˈpæm flɪt/
a complete publication of generally less than 80 pages stitched or stapled together and usually having a paper cover.
a short treatise or essay, generally a controversial tract, on some subject of contemporary interest:
a political pamphlet.
a brief publication generally having a paper cover; booklet
a brief treatise, often on a subject of current interest, published in pamphlet form
“small, unbound treatise,” late 14c., from Anglo-Latin panfletus, popular short form of “Pamphilus, seu de Amore” (“Pamphilus, or about Love”), a short 12c. Latin love poem popular and widely copied in Middle Ages; the name from Greek pamphilos “loved by all,” from pan- “all” + philos “loving, dear” see -phile). Meaning “brief work dealing with questions of current interest” is late 16c.
[pam-fli-teer] /ˌpæm flɪˈtɪər/ noun 1. a writer or publisher of , especially on controversial issues. verb (used without object) 2. to write and issue . /ˌpæmflɪˈtɪə/ noun 1. a person who writes or issues pamphlets, esp of a controversial nature verb 2. (intransitive) to write or issue pamphlets n. 1640s, from pamphlet + -eer. As […]
[pam-fli-tahyz] /ˈpæm flɪˌtaɪz/ verb (used without object), pamphletized, pamphletizing. 1. to write a . verb (used with object), pamphletized, pamphletizing. 2. to write a pamphlet on (a specific subject).
/ˈpæmfrɪ/ noun 1. (Ulster, dialect) a cabbage
[pam-fil-ee-uh] /pæmˈfɪl i ə/ noun 1. an ancient country in S Asia Minor: later a Roman province. /pæmˈfɪlɪə/ noun 1. an area on the S coast of ancient Asia Minor ancient region in modern Turkey, from Greek, literally “place of all races,” from pan “all” (see pan-) + phylon “race” (see phylo-). Paul and his […]