Words starting with P

Words that start with P

Purple ponies prance through a pink palace in Pittsburg.

Animals starting with PAnimals
Food starting with PFood
Plants that start with PPlants
Adjectives that start with PAdjectives
Verbs that start with PVerbs
Countries that start with PCountries
Cities that start with PCities
Jobs that start with PJobs
Photo of a pawBody parts

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Photo of a baby with a pacifier
Photo by ff137

A pacifier, also called a binky, dummy or soother, is something you give to babies to suck to calm them down. Modern pacifiers have a nipple-shaped part that goes into the baby's mouth, a shield to keep it in place and a handle to hold onto.

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Photo of a pack of dogs
Photo by Marc Dove

A group of dogs is called a pack.
Packing is also a word for filling something with something else.

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Photo of a parcel wrapped in brown paper
Photo by Beck Gusler

A package is another word for a parcel.

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You pack a suitcase when you go away on vacation. Packing something means putting things inside it until it is full. You can pack a suitcase, boxes or even pack a wardrobe full of things.

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A paddle is a hand-held device that you push backwards through the water to make a boat or canoe move forward.

Photo of a paddlesteamer
Photo by Matti Mattila

A paddle steamer, or paddle wheeler, is a type of boat that is driven forward by a large wheel. Usually the wheel is at the back of the paddle steamer (stern-wheeler), but there can also be a wheel on either side (side-wheeler).
Paddle steamers are usually found on still, calm water like rivers. The paddle wheel can be driven by either a steam engine or a more modern electric or diesel engine.

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A paddock is a large open space, surrounded by a fence, that is used for keeping animals such as horses, cows and sheep in.

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Photo of a padlock
Photo by Liz Jones

A padlock is a type of lock that is designed to go through two loops, like the two parts of a gate latch or two links of a chain. Padlocks are small and portable and are commonly used to lock sheds or lock up bicycles.

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Photo of a pagoda
Photo by Jordan Emery

A pagoda is a style of building typically seen as a temple in countries like Japan or China. Pagodas often have many layers of decorative roof, with upturned edges.

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Photo of someone being paid
Photo by Quazie

Paid is the past tense of pay, for example "I got paid today".

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