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Correct spelling: pace

Definition of pace:

  1. The space between the two feet in stepping, or 2 1/ 2 feet; a lineal measure, usually reckoned at thirty inches from heel to heel; manner of walking or stepping; gait; degree of celerity.
  2. To measure by steps; to regulate in motion.
  3. To go; to walk; to move; to move slowly; to amble.

Common misspellings for pace:

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What does the abbreviation pace mean?

PACE abbreviation definitions:
–  Program Acquisition Cost Estimate
–  Program For Adult College Education

Pace \p(a)-ce\

Meaning:
passover
Origin:
Hebrew
Details:
Pace as a boy's name is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Pace is "passover". The name has connotations of speed and efficiency.
Meaning:
Boyce, Paz, Baz, Bazz, Boase, Pius.
Variants:
Payce, Paice.
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Rhymes for pace:

  1. encase, space, trace, thrace, chace, caisse, glace, mace, misplace, grace, place, nace, race, base, cayce, vase, heyse, brace, face, wace, bass, embrace, replace, lambastes, case, erase, lace, chase, retrace, incase, ace, dace;
  2. debase, abase, deface, displace, disgrace, efface, apace;
  3. interlace;
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