Did you maybe mean Pharaoh?
- n. common misspelling of pharaoh.
“I've never played sims, but there is this strategy, city building game, I've had for years called pharoah that I'm absolutely addicted to, again.”
“Problem is, the new tile set is a lot more scoring friendly: fewer disasters, more "pharoah" races to compete in, the option of choosing which colour side to place when you pull tiles (to help make it more or less attractive to you/others), no "must have" tiles - all meaning a lot less tension.”
“A pharoah, a courtesan, a magical fish, talking bones.”
“April 21st, 2010 8: 43 pm ET with such unfounded statistics, is there any wonder this guy is a joke? where does he get these numbers from? michael, please stop ad libbing. pharoah”
“If they are not a racist party – then they need to start using their brains and think about the lack of sensitivity that their actions have shown. pharoah”
“Then the king [pharoah] said to Jacob, "How old are you?”
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“Its possible this is not the pharoah of abraham or Josephs time but it might be.”
“Looks a bit like a king's chair...pharoah I guess.”
“Hatshepsut was pharoah from 1473-1458 BC, in the 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt.”
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Words in the Bible evoking biblical stories or with special spiritual meaning. Proper names have been reduced to the minimum.
To keep handy when I want to alliterate as in "sultan of swing". To avoid repetition, where there are gender-oriented variants of the same weird, use the masculine (because I'm sexist).
Words I a certain partiality/predilection/enthusiasm/zest for.
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