[pap-i-tree; French papuh-tree] /ˈpæp ɪ tri; French papəˈtri/
noun, plural papeteries
[pap-i-treez; French papuh-tree] /ˈpæp ɪ triz; French papəˈtri/ (Show IPA)
a box for holding stationery, especially an ornamental one.
/ˈpæpətrɪ; French papetri/
a box or case for papers and other writing materials
[pey-fee-uh n] /ˈpeɪ fi ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Paphos, an ancient city of Cyprus sacred to Aphrodite. 2. of or relating to love, especially illicit sexual love; erotic; wanton. 3. noting or pertaining to Aphrodite or to her worship or service. noun 4. the Paphian, Aphrodite: so called from her cult center […]
noun, Classical Mythology. 1. Aphrodite, worshiped in Cyprus as the goddess of sexual love.
[paf-luh-goh-nee-uh, -gohn-yuh] /ˌpæf ləˈgoʊ ni ə, -ˈgoʊn yə/ noun 1. an ancient country and Roman province in N Asia Minor, on the S coast of the Black Sea. /ˌpæfləˈɡəʊnɪə/ noun 1. an ancient country and Roman province in N Asia Minor, on the Black Sea
[pey-fos] /ˈpeɪ fɒs/ noun 1. an ancient city in SW Cyprus. 2. Also, Paphus [pey-fuh s] /ˈpeɪ fəs/ (Show IPA). Classical Mythology. the son of Pygmalion, who inherited the throne of Cyprus. /ˈpafɒs/ noun 1. a town in SW Cyprus, near the sites of two ancient cities: famous as the centre of Aphrodite worship and […]