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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]
paillard a piece of meat, usu. veal or chicken, that is pounded until thin and cooked on a very hot grill.
pain physical distress or discomfort that is usu. caused by injury or illness and is the nervous system's means of signaling to the brain that something is wrong. [7 definitions]
pained having or showing hurt feelings, resentment, or distress.
painful causing pain. [2 definitions]
painkiller a drug for relieving pain.
painless not causing or involving pain. [2 definitions]
painstaking involving or using great care and detailed and diligent attention; meticulous. [2 definitions]