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Primus

[pree-muh s] /ˈpri məs/
noun
1.
Pearl, 1919–1994, U.S. dancer, born in Trinidad.
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British Dictionary definitions for p. primus

primus

/ˈpraɪməs/
noun
1.
(Scottish Episcopal Church) the presiding bishop in the Synod
Word Origin
from Latin: first

Primus

/ˈpraɪməs/
noun
1.
trademark a portable paraffin cooking stove, used esp by campers Also called Primus stove
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Word Origin and History for p. primus

primus

Latin for "first, the first" (see prime (adj.)).

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