Definition of PAX

  • a tablet decorated with a sacred figure (as of Christ) and sometimes ceremonially kissed by participants at mass
  • ace
  • kiss of peace
  • period in history marked by the absence of major wars, usually imposed by a predominant nation
  • period of general stability in international affairs under the influence of dominant military power usually used in combination with a latinized name Pax Americana
  • private automatic exchange
  • the kiss of peace [n -ES]
  • the Roman goddess of peace

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