Definition of Pavlova

1. Noun. Russian ballerina (1882-1931).

Exact synonyms: Anna Pavlova
Generic synonyms: Dancer, Professional Dancer, Terpsichorean

2. Noun. A dessert consisting of a meringue base or cup filled with fruit and whipped cream.
Generic synonyms: Afters, Dessert, Sweet

Definition of Pavlova

1. Proper noun. ''Transliteration of the Russian surname (term ??????? lang=ru sc=Cyrl). The feminine variant of '''Pavlov'''.'' ¹

2. Noun. (chiefly Australia and New Zealand foods) A meringue dessert usually topped with fruit and cream. (defdate From 1927.) ¹

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Definition of Pavlova

1. a meringue dessert [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pavlova

Paumotu Archipelago
Pautrier's abscess
Pautrier's microabscess
Pauzat's disease
Pavlov's reflex
Pavlov method
Pavo cristatus
Pavo muticus
Pavy's disease
Pax Americana
Pax Augusta
Pax Britannica
Pax Romana
Pax gene

Literary usage of Pavlova

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1. Permafrost: Second International Conference, July 13-28, 1973 : USSR by Frederick J. Sanger, Peter J. Hyde (1978)
"... AND OP pavlova Operations and Research Institute for Engineering Site Investigations ... pavlova."

2. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1908)
"Trans. Kan. Acad. Sei., 19, 190.3, (157-109, with pi.). - pavlova ... pavlova, M. St.-Peter- burg, Mem. Ac. Se., 20, 1906, (1-95, av. 8 pi«. ..."

3. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1912)
"7"HEN the famous Russian dancer, Anna pavlova, took farewell of London last summer, after an engagement which was one long, .triumphant success from ..."

4. Modern Dancing and Dancers by John Ernest Crawford Flitch (1912)
"One can only repeat the words of that baffled interviewer who wisely wrote: " pavlova can only be adequately understood by the person to whom she is an ..."

5. Motion Picture Education by Ernest Alfred Dench (1917)
"pavlova and her company were playing at the Midway Gardens, Chicago, during July, 1915, ... pavlova was not satisfied with several of the dancing scenes, ..."

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