plu′ralism, the state of being plural: the holding by one person of more than one office at once, esp.
plu′mose, plu′mous, feathery: plume-like; plu′my, covered or adorned with plumes.
Even the weather has recognised me, and good old plu himself came out to shake me by the hand and talk of old times.
plu′viograph, a self-recording rain-gauge; pluviom′eter, an instrument for measuring the amount of rain that falls.
plu´tus.Name given to pluto when invoked as god of wealth, 159.
Admirable and fitting; discriminating: The wife admires their living room (''Very PLU, people like us'')
[1970+; fr people like us]