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p.1

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  1. father.

Origin of p.1

From the Latin word pater

p.2

  1. Music. softly.

Origin of p.2

From the Italian word piano

p.3

  1. after.

Origin of p.3

From the Latin word post

p.4

  1. page.
  2. part.
  3. participle.
  4. past.
  5. Chess. pawn.
  6. penny; pence.
  7. per.
  8. Grammar. person.
  9. peseta.
  10. peso.
  11. pint.
  12. pipe.
  13. Baseball. pitcher.
  14. pole.
  15. population.
  16. president.
  17. pressure.
  18. purl.

P.1

  1. father.

Origin of P.1

From the Latin word Pater

P.2

  1. pastor.
  2. peseta.
  3. peso.
  4. post.
  5. president.
  6. pressure.
  7. priest.
  8. prince.
  9. progressive.

Heyse

[hahy-zuh]
noun
  1. Paul (Jo·hann von) [poul yoh-hahn fuh n] /paʊl ˈyoʊ hɑn fən/, 1830–1914, German playwright, novelist, poet, and short-story writer: Nobel Prize 1910.
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British Dictionary definitions for p.

p.

abbreviation for
  1. plural pp page
  2. part
  3. participle
  4. past
  5. per
  6. post
  7. pro

Word Origin

(sense 6) Latin: after (sense 7) Latin: in favour of; for
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