P.
P.
P [alliterative].
P.C. (patres conscripti).
P., P.P., P.P.P. (in music).
P.P.C. (pour prendre conge).
P.S. (post-scriptum).
P’s and Q’s.
Paba’na (The) or Peacock Dance.
Pacific Ocean (The).
Packing a Jury.
Pac’olet.
Pacto’lus.
Padding.
Paddington Fair.
Paddle Your Own Canoe.
Paddock.
Paddi-whack
Paddy.
Pad’ua
Paduasoy or Padësoy.
Pæan.
Pæan.
Pagan
Pagan Works of Art.
Page.
Page (Mr. and Mrs.).
Pago’da.
Paint.
Paint the Lion (To),
Painter.
Painter of the Graces.
Painter of Nature.
Painters and Artists.
Painting.
Pair Off.
Paishdad’ian Dynasty.
Paix.
Pal (A).
Palaee
Pal’adin.
Palæ’mon,
Palais des Thermes.
Palame’ds of Lombardy
Pal’amon and Arcite (2 syl.).
Palat’inate (4 syl.).
Pala’ver
Pale.
Pale Faces.
Pale’mon.
Palermo Razors.
Pa’ls.
Palestine Soup.
Pales’tra (3 syl.).
Palestri’na or Pelestrina.
Paletot [pal’-e-to].
Pa’limpsest.
Pal’indrome (3 syl.).
Pal’inode (3 syl.).
Pal’inu’rus (in English, Palinure).
Palissy Ware.
Pall,
Pall-bearers.
Pall Mall.
Pallace
Palla’dium.
Pallas.
Pallet.
Pal’liate (3 syl.)
Palm.
Palm Off (To)
Palm Oil.
Palm Sunday.
Palm Tree
Palmer.
Pal’merin of England.
Palmy Days.
Palsy.
Paludamentum.
Pam.
Pam’ela.
Pampas.
Pamper,
Pamphlet,
Pamphyle (3 syl.).
Pan.
Panace’a.
Panama’.
Pancake (2 syl.)
Pancaste (3 syl.).
Pancras (St.).
Pan’darus.
Pandects of Justin’ian (The),
Pandemo’nium (A).
Pander.
Pando’ra’s Box (A).
Panel (A),
Pangloss (Dr.).
Pan’ic.
Panjan’drum.
Pan’tables.
Pantag’ruel’.
Pantagruelion.
Pantag’ruel’ion Herb (The).
Pantaloon.
Pantechnicon.
Panthe’a,
Panthe’a (Greek).
Panthe’on.
Panther.
Pan’thera.
Pantile Shop.
Pan’tomime (3 syl.),
Panton Gates.
Pantry. (French, paneteric (2 syl.),
Panurge (2 syl.).
Panyer Stone (The).
Pap.
Papa, Father.
Papal Slippers (The)
Paper.
Paper a House (To),
Paper King.
Paper Marriages.
Paper-stainer (A).
Paph’ian.
Papimany.
Papy’ra.
Papy’ri.
Par. (A).
Par (At).
Paracel’sists.
Paraclete.
Paradise.
Paradise Lost.
Paradise Regained (in four books).
Paradise Shoots.
Paradise of Fools.
Paradise and the Pe’ri.
Parallel.
Paramatta.
Parapet.
Parapherna’lia
Par’asite
Parc aux Cerfs [deer parks].
Parcæ.
Parchment.
Pardon Bell.
Par’douneres Tale,
Pari Passu.
Pa’rian Chronicle.
Pa’rian Verse.
Pa’rias or Par’iahs.
Par’idel.
Paris
Paris-Garden.
Parish Registers.
Paris’ian.
Paris’ian Wedding (The).
Parisienne (La).
Parisi’na,
Pariza’de (4 syl.).
Parkership.
Parks.
Parlance.
Parlement (French).
Parliament.
Parliament Soldiers.
Parliament of Bats (The),
Parliament of Dunces.
Parliamenta’rian (A).
Parlour (A).
Par’lous.
Parme’nianists.
Par’mesan’.
Parnassos (Greek), Parnassus (Latin).
Parochial.
Parody.
Parole (French).
Parol’les (3 syl.).
Parr.
Par’ricide (3 syl.).
Parrot-coal.
Parsees
Parsley.
Parson,
Parson Adams.
Parson Bate.
Parson Trulliber,
Parsons (Walter),
Part.
Part.
Partant pour la Syrie.
Parthe’nia.
Parthen’op (4 syl.).
Parthenope’an Republic.
Parti (A).
Particular Baptists.
Particularists.
Parting.
Parting Cup (A),
Partington.
Part’let.
Partridge.
Partridge’s Day (St.),
Par’tula,
Parturiunt Montes.
Party.
Party Spirit.
Par’venu’ (French).
Parvis (London).
Parviz’ [Victorious].
Parys’atis.
Pascal’s Thoughts.
Pasch Eggs (pron. Pask).
Pasha of Three Tails (A).
Pasque Eggs.
Pasquina’de (3 syl.).
Pass.
Passe Brewell.
Passe-partout.
Passelourdin (3 syl.).
Pass’elyon.
Passing Bell (The).
Passing Fair.
Passing Rich.
Passion Flower.
Passionists.
Pass’over.
Passy-measure or Passing-measure.
Passy-measure Pavin.
Pasteboard.
Paston Letters.
Pastorale of Pope Gregory,
Patavin’ity.
Patch.
Patch (To).
Patelin.
Patelinage.
Patent Rolls.
Pat’er Nos’ter.
Pater Patrum.
Paternoster Row (London)
Pathfinder.
Patience cry the Lepers.
Patient (The).
Patient Gris’el,
Patin.
Pat’ina.
Patmos (My).
Patois (2 syl.).
Patri-Passians.
Patrician,
Pat’rick.
Patrick’s Cave (St.),
Patrick’s Cross (St.).
Patrick’s Grave (St.),
Patrick’s Monument (St.),
Patrick’s Purgatory (St.),
Patrick and the Serpent (St.).
Pat’rico or Pater-cove.
Patroc’los.
Patten.
Pattens-Money (Chapins de la Reina).
Patter.
Pattern.
Pattieson (Mr. Peter).
Paul (St.).
Paul Pry.
Paul and Virginia.
Paul the Hermit (St.)
Paul of the Cross.
Paul’s Man (A).
Paul’s Pigeons.
Paul’s Walkers.
Paul’ianists.
Paulicians.
Pauli’na,
Paulo.
Pa’van or Pavin.
Pavilion of Prince Ahmed (The).
Pwnbroker.
Pawnee.
Pax.
Pay (sea term).
Pay (To).
Pay (To).
Pay (To).
Pay off old Scores (To).
Pay with the Roll of the Drum (To).
Payn’ising.
Pea-jacket (A).
Peace.
Peace-makers (The).
Peace of Antal’cidas (The),
Peace of God.
Peace with Honour.
Peaceful (The).
Peach.
Peacock.
Peacock’s Feather Unlucky’ (A).
Peak (The),
Peal.
Pearl (The).
Pearl.
Pearl of the East.
Peasant Bard.
Peasant-boy Philosopher (The).
Peasants’ War (The),
Peascod.
Pec.
Pecca’vi.
Peck (A).
Pecker.
Peckham.
Peck’sniff.
Peculiar.
Peculiars (The Court of).
Pecu’lium.
Pecuniary.
Ped’agogue (3 syl.)
Pedlar
Pedlar’s Acre (Lambeth).
Pedlars’ French.
Peebles.
Peel.
Peeler (A).
Peep.
Peep-o’-Day Boys.
Peeping Tom of Coventry.
Peerage of the Apostles.
Peers of the Realm.
Peg or Peggy,
Peg too Low (A).
Peg’asos (Greek; Pegasus, Latin).
Pegg (Katharine).
Pegging Away (Keep).
Peine Forte et Dure.
Pela’gianism.
Pela’gius.
Pelf.
Pel’ias.
Pel’ican,
Peli’des.
Pel’ion.
Pell-mell.
Pelle’an Conqueror.
Pel’leas (Sir).
Pells.
Pel’ops.
Pelo’rus.
Pelos [mud].
Pelt,
Pen Name,
Pen and Feather
Penang Lawyers.
Pena’tes (3 syl.).
Pencil of Rays.
Pendennis (Arthur).
Penden’te Li’te (Latin).
Pendrag’on.
Penel’ope (4 syl.).
Penel’ophon.
Penel’va.
Penetra’lia.
Penfeather (Lady Penelope).
Peninsular War.
Penitential Psalms.
Penmanship.
Penmanship.
Pennals [pen-cases].
Pen’nalism.
Pennant.
Penniless (The).
Penny (in the sense of pound).
Penny (A)
Penny-a-liner (A).
Penny Dreadfuls.
Penny-father (A).
Penny Gaff (A).
Penny Hop (A).
Penny Lattice-house (A).
Penny Pots.
Penny Readings.
Penny Saved (A).
Penny Weddings.
Penny Wise.
Pennyroyal.
Pennyweight.
Pennyworth or Pen’oth.
Pen’sion
Pen’sioners
Pen’tacle.
Pentap’olin.
Pentap’olis. (Greek, pente polis.)
Pentateuch.
Pen’tecost (Greek, pentecostê, fiftieth).
Penthesile’a.
Pent’house (2 syl.).
Pentreath (Dolly).
Peony (The).
People.
People’s Charter (The).
Pepper.
Pepper Gate.
Pepper-and-Salt.
Peppercorn Rent (A).
Peppy Bap.
Per Saltum (Latin).
Perce’forest (King).
Perceval (Sir),
Per’cinet.
Percy [pierce-eye].
Per’dita.
Perdrix, toujours Perdrix.
Père Duchêne.
Père la Chaise,
Peregrine (3 syl.)
Peregrine Falcon (A).
Per’egrine Pic’kle.
Perfec’tionists.
Perfide Albion! (French).
Per’fume (2 syl.)
Perfumed Terms of the Time.
Pe’ri (plur. PERIS).
Per’icles,
Pericles’ Boast.
Peril’lo Swords.
Perillos and the Brazen Bull.
Perilous Castle.
Per’ion.
Peripatet’ics.
Peris.
Peris’sa (excess or prodigality; Greek, Perissos).
Per’iwig.
Periwink’le.
Perk.
Perku’nos.
Perm’ian Strata.
Pernelle (Madame).
Perpendiculars.
Perpet’ual Motion.
Pers.
Persecutions (The ten great).
Persep’olis,
Per’seus (2 syl.).
Perseve’re (3 syl.).
Persian Alexa&ncheck;der (The).
Persian Bucepha’los (The).
Person (Latin, persona, a mask; personwtus, one who wears a mask, an actor).
Persona Grata (Latin).
Perth
Peru.
Peru’vian Bark,
Peruke or Periwig.
Pescec’ola.
Pess’imist.
Petard’.
Petaud.
Peter.
Peter Botte Mountain,
Peter Parley.
Peter Peebles.
Peter-pence.
Peter Pindar.
Peter Por’cupine.
Peter Wilkins
Peter of Provence
Peter the Great
Peter the Hermit (in Tasso),
Peter the Wild Boy,
Peterboat.
Pe’terborough (Northamptonshire).
Pe’terloo.
Petit-Maître,
Petit Serjeantry.
Petitio Princip’ii (A).
Petitioners and Abhorrers.
Petrarch.
Pet’rel.
Pet’rified (3 syl.).
Petrobrus’sians or Petrobrus’ians.
Pet’ronel.
Petru’chio.
Petticoat.
Petticoat Government.
Petticoat and Gown.
Petto.
Petty Cu’ry (Cambridge)
Peutinge’rian Map.
Pev’eril of the Peak.
Pewter.
Phædria [wantonness].
Pha’eton.
Phalanx.
Phal’aris.
Phaleg,
Phantom Ship.
Pha’on.
Phar’amond.

 
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