Marcel was some time cleaning up the kitchen, and his masters and he buried the poor cat in the garden under the pagoda.
The pagoda might be an erroneous variant of the thunderbolt Vadjra.
There is no pagoda or shrine in Burma around which is not found a large number of these images.
She called out, but the pagoda was so high that her voice did not carry down to him.
On arriving at the Pramane, the urn is placed upon the pagoda, there to remain for seven days.
When the tale had been told him he took a heavy ax and went to the pagoda.
Low conical hills rise from the banks of the river, each crowned by a pagoda, around which are many "kyoungs" and "zeyats."
With them he returned the following morning and they climbed up into the pagoda.
Dr. Milne asserts that Ningpo is 10,000 years old, and that the pagoda was raised antecedent to the city being built.
Then our party divided, some going to see the pagoda, and others to see the rice-mills.
1580s, pagode (modern form from 1630s), from Portuguese pagode (early 16c.), perhaps from a corruption of Persian butkada, from but "idol" + kada "dwelling." Or perhaps from or influenced by Tamil pagavadi "house belonging to a deity," from Sanskrit bhagavati "goddess," fem. of bhagavat "blessed, adorable," from *bhagah "good fortune," from PIE root *bhag- "to share out, apportion" (cf. Greek phagein "to eat;" see -phagous).
A tower with several different stories, each of which has its own roof. Pagodas are common in eastern Asia and originally served religious purposes as memorials or shrines.