Penates

Penates, the name given by the Romans to their household deities, individually and unitedly, in honour of whom a fire, in charge of the vestal virgins, was kept permanently burning.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Penang * Penda
Pellico, Silvio
Pellisson, Paul
Pelopidas
Peloponnesian War
Peloponnesus
Pelops
Pembrokeshire
Pemmican
Penance
Penang
Penates
Penda
Pendennis
Pendleton
Pendragon
Penelope
Peninsular State
Peninsular War
Penitential Psalms
Penitents, Order Of
Penn, William

Nearby

Penates in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable