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padre father (a form of address used for a priest in Spanish-speaking countries).
padrone a master; boss. [2 definitions]
paduasoy a rich, strong, corded silk fabric. [2 definitions]
paean a song or hymn sung as an expression of praise.
paella a Spanish dish combining chicken, rice, vegetables, and usu. meat and seafood, that is seasoned with saffron.
paeon a metrical unit of one long and three short syllables that may occur in any order.
pagan a person professing belief in a polytheistic religion. [6 definitions]
paganize to make or become pagan.
page1 one side of a sheet of printed or written paper. [6 definitions]
page2 esp. formerly, a young person who attends someone of authority such as a king. [3 definitions]
pageant a public spectacle with much colorful display, often celebrating and commemorating events of history or legend and presenting scenes from these. [2 definitions]
pageantry grand, colorful, or spectacular display. [3 definitions]
pageboy a hair style in which the hair is worn in a straight long bob, with the ends rolled under.
pager a portable electronic receiver that emits a signal when the person carrying it is paged and displays the phone number to be called.
Paget's disease a disease that deforms or weakens bones. [2 definitions]
paginate to number the pages of (a book, magazine, or the like).
pagination the system of numbered pages in a book.
pagoda a religious temple of eastern or southern Asia, often Hindu or Buddhist and having elaborate roof lines at each of many different levels.
pagurid any of a family of marine crustaceans that have a soft abdomen and live in empty snail shells; hermit crab. [2 definitions]
paid past tense and past participle of "pay."
pail a steep-sided container with a handle; bucket. [2 definitions]