[paw-paw-kah-te-pet-l, poh-puh-kat-uh pet-l] /ˌpɔ pɔ kɑˈtɛˌpɛt l, ˌpoʊ pəˈkætˌəpɛt l/
a volcano in S central Mexico, SE of Mexico City. 17,887 feet (5450 meters).
/ˌpɒpəˈkætəpɛtəl; -ˌkætəˈpɛtəl; Spanish popokaˈtepɛtl/
a volcano in SE central Mexico, southeast of Mexico City. Height: 5452 m (17 887 ft)
[pop-awf, -of] /ˈpɒpˌɔf, -ˌɒf/ Slang. noun 1. a person who generally speaks loudly or irately; indiscreet arguer or complainer. adjective 2. pertaining to or characteristic of such a person: His popoff remarks cost him many friends. noun
[pop-out] /ˈpɒpˌaʊt/ noun 1. (def 8).
[pop-out] /ˈpɒpˌaʊt/ noun 1. (def 8). noun A mass-produced surfboard (1960s+ Surfers)
/Russian paˈpɔf/ noun 1. Alexander Stepanovich (alɪkˈsandər stɪˈpanəvitʃ). 1859–1906, Russian physicist, the first to use an aerial in experiments with radio waves 2. Oleg (Konstantinovich). born 1930, Russian clown, a member of the Moscow Circus