[puh-pah-yuh] /pəˈpɑ yə/
the large, yellow, melonlike fruit of a tropical American shrub or small tree, Carica papaya, eaten raw or cooked.
the tree itself.
a Caribbean evergreen tree, Carica papaya, with a crown of large dissected leaves and large green hanging fruit: family Caricaceae
the fruit of this tree, having a yellow or reddish orange sweet edible pulp and small black seeds
1590s for fruit, 1610s for tree, from Spanish, probably from Arawakan (West Indies) papaya.
[pah-pee-ey-tey, puh-pee-tee] /ˌpɑ piˈeɪ teɪ, pəˈpi ti/ noun 1. a city on NW Tahiti, in the Society Islands: capital of the Society Islands and of French Polynesia. plural noun 1. a group of islands in the S Pacific: a part of French Polynesia; largest island, Tahiti. (Excluding minor islands) 453 sq. mi. (1173 sq. km). […]
[pah-pe-le-rah] /ˌpɑ pɛˈlɛ rɑ/ noun, plural papeleras [pah-pe-le-rahs] /ˌpɑ pɛˈlɛ rɑs/ (Show IPA). Spanish Furniture. 1. a small Renaissance cabinet for papers and writing materials, mounted on a small stand.
[pah-puh n] /ˈpɑ pən/ noun 1. Franz von [frahnts fuh n] /frɑnts fən/ (Show IPA), 1879–1969, German diplomat, statesman, and soldier. /German ˈpaːpən/ noun 1. Franz von (frants fɔn). 1879–1969, German statesman; chancellor (1932) and vice chancellor (1933–34) under Hitler, whom he was instrumental in bringing to power
[pey-per] /ˈpeɪ pər/ noun 1. a substance made from wood pulp, rags, straw, or other fibrous material, usually in thin sheets, used to bear writing or printing, for wrapping things, etc. 2. a piece, sheet, or leaf of this. 3. something resembling this substance, as papyrus. 4. a written or printed document or the like. […]