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piņon any of several pine trees that produce edible seeds, native to the Southwestern United States and Mexico.
pinot (sometimes cap.) see pinot noir, pinot blanc.
pinot blanc any of several varieties of white grape grown in Burgundy, France, that are used in the making of white wine and champagne.
pinot noir any of several varieties of purplish red grape grown in Burgundy, France, that are used in the making of red wine.
pinpoint anything that is exceptionally small, such as a spot of ink or a point on a map. [3 definitions]
pinprick a very small hole. [3 definitions]
pins and needles a prickly, tingling sensation in a limb that is recovering from numbness caused by temporarily poor blood circulation.
pinsetter a person or device that removes the pins struck down in a bowling alley and sets them up again.
pin stripe a very thin stripe, esp. on fabric used in the making of suits. [2 definitions]
pint in the US, a unit of capacity equal to sixteen fluid ounces or 4.73 deciliters and to one half quart or 5.51 deciliters of dry measure. (abbr.: pt.) [3 definitions]
pinta a contagious skin disease of the tropics, characterized by variously colored spots, that is caused by a spiral-shaped bacterium.
pintail a species of duck, the male of which has a long, pointed tail.
pintano any of various small, brightly colored, tropical reef fishes of the southern Atlantic.
pintle an upright pin or bolt on which another part pivots, used esp. in towing devices.
pinto having irregular spots or mottles; piebald. [3 definitions]
pinto bean a variety of kidney bean bearing pale, mottled seeds that is grown for food and animal fodder.
pint-size (informal) diminutive; small; tiny.
pinup a picture, such as one from a magazine, of a sexually desirable person, often hung on a wall. [3 definitions]
pinwale of corduroy fabric, having a very narrow or fine rib. [2 definitions]
pinwheel a toy that resembles a windmill secured on a stick by a pin, the wheel of which revolves in the wind or when blown upon. [3 definitions]
pinworm a small parasitic nematode worm that infests the large intestine and rectum, esp. in children.