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pop1 to make a short, sharp sound. [9 definitions]
pop2 (informal) relating to or performing popular music. The word "pop" is a short form of "popular."
pop3 (informal) father.
popcorn a kind of corn whose kernels pop open into puffs when heated. [2 definitions]
pope (often capitalized) the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
poplar a tall tree that grows rapidly and has wide leaves. Aspen and cottonwood are members of the poplar family. [2 definitions]
popover a light, puffed, hollow muffin made with flour, eggs, and milk.
poppy a plant with brightly colored flowers that is grown in mild climates.
pop the question (informal) to ask to marry.
popular liked or enjoyed by many people. [2 definitions]
popularity the condition of being liked or approved of by many people.
populate to live in; inhabit. [2 definitions]
populated being inhabited by people.
population the people who live in an area, considered as a group. [2 definitions]
populous having a large population.
porcelain a hard, white, shiny pottery; china.
porch an open platform with a roof that serves as the back or front entrance of a house. [2 definitions]
porcupine a small mammal with bristles or spines in its fur. Porcupines are rodents closely related to guinea pigs, but much larger. Some porcupines have quills with barbs that hurt any animal that attacks them. Different kinds of porcupines live in North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.
pore1 to study or read carefully.
pore2 a tiny opening in the skin of an animal or outer surface of a plant through which air, water, or sweat may pass.
pork meat from a pig or hog.