[pap-uh-loht; French pa-pee-yawt] /ˈpæp əˌloʊt; French pa piˈyɔt/
a decorative curled paper placed over the end of the bone of a cutlet or chop.
a wrapping of foil or oiled paper in which food is cooked and served.
a paper frill around cutlets, etc
en papillote (French) (ɑ̃ papijɔt). (of food) cooked in oiled greaseproof paper or foil
papillotomy pap·il·lot·o·my (pāp’ə-lŏt’ə-mē) n. Incision into the major duodenal papilla.
[puh-pin-ee-uh n] /pəˈpɪn i ən/ noun 1. (Aemilius Papinianus) died a.d. 212, Roman jurist and writer.
[pey-puh-stree] /ˈpeɪ pə stri/ noun, Disparaging. 1. the Roman Catholic Church.
[pa-poos, puh-] /pæˈpus, pə-/ noun 1. a North American Indian baby or young child. /pəˈpuːs/ noun 1. an American Indian baby or child 2. a pouchlike bag used for carrying a baby, worn on the back n. 1630s, from Narragansett papoos “child,” or a similar New England Algonquian word; said to mean literally “very young.”