[pee-lee-uh s, peel-yoos] /ˈpi li əs, ˈpil yus/
noun, Classical Mythology.
a king of the Myrmidons, the son of Aeacus and father of Achilles.
(Greek myth) a king of the Myrmidons; father of Achilles
[pee-loo] /piˈlu/ noun 1. a former name of the Republic of . /piːˈluː/ plural noun 1. a former name of (the Republic of) Palau
[pelf] /pɛlf/ noun 1. money or wealth, especially when regarded with contempt or acquired by reprehensible means. /pɛlf/ noun 1. (derogatory) money or wealth, esp if dishonestly acquired; lucre n. mid-14c., “stolen goods,” from Anglo-French pelf, Old French pelfre “booty, spoils” (11c.), of unknown origin; also see pilfer. Meaning “money, riches,” with a pejorative overtone […]
[pel-uh m] /ˈpɛl əm/ noun 1. Henry, 1696–1754, British statesman: prime minister 1743–54 (brother of Thomas Pelham-Holles). [pel-uh m] /ˈpɛl əm/ noun 1. a bit that is used with two pairs of reins, designed to serve the purpose of a full bridle. /ˈpɛləm/ noun 1. a horse’s bit for a double bridle, less severe than […]
[pel-uh m-hol-is] /ˈpɛl əmˈhɒl ɪs/ noun 1. Thomas, 1st Duke of Newcastle, 1693–1768, British statesman: prime minister 1754–56, 1757–62 (brother of Henry Pelham).