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pignolia the edible seed of any of several nut-bearing pine trees.
pignut any of several nut-bearing hickory trees of the eastern United States. [2 definitions]
pig-out (slang) the act or an instance of overeating.
pigpen a yard or cage in which pigs are kept. [2 definitions]
pigskin a pig's hide, esp. when tanned. [2 definitions]
pigsticking the hunting of wild boars, esp. the spearing of them from horseback.
pigsty a yard or cage in which pigs are kept; pigpen. [2 definitions]
pigtail a braid of hair that hangs downward from the back of the head.
pigweed any of several wild plants having coarse leaves and small green flowers, such as certain types of goosefoot and amaranth.
PIK abbreviation of "payment in kind."
pika any of a family of small mammals related to rabbits that are found in rocky, mountainous regions of western North America and Asia.
pike1 any of several large freshwater fishes with elongated, flattened snouts, that are caught for food or sport. [2 definitions]
pike2 a long pole with a sharp head, formerly used by foot soldiers as a weapon.
pike3 a road on which a toll is charged; turnpike.
pike4 any sharp point, as on an arrow.
piker (informal) a person who is exceptionally careful with money or who does things in a stingy or small way; cheapskate.
pikestaff the long shaft of a soldier's pike. [2 definitions]
pilaf a dish originating in the Middle East and consisting of rice cooked in a broth, often with vegetables, meat, seasonings, or the like.
pilaster a decorative architectural element that resembles a column, usu. complete with base and capital, and set against or into a wall.
Pilate the Roman governor of Judea who presided at the trial of Jesus Christ and authorized his crucifixion; Pontius Pilate.
pilau a variant of pilaf.