[pee-lee-uh n; Greek pee-lee-awn] /ˈpi li ən; Greek ˈpi li ɔn/
Mount, a mountain near the E coast of Greece, in Thessaly. 5252 feet (1600 meters).
pile / heap Pelion on Ossa,
a mountain in NE Greece, in E Thessaly. In Greek mythology it was the home of the centaurs. Height: 1548 m (5079 ft) Modern Greek name Pílion
peliosis pe·li·o·sis (pē’lē-ō’sĭs, pěl’ē-) n. See purpura.
- Peliosis hepatis
peliosis hepatis peliosis hep·a·tis (hěp’ə-tĭs) n. The presence of blood-filled cavities in the liver.
[puh-lees] /pəˈlis/ noun 1. an outer garment lined or trimmed with fur. 2. a woman’s long cloak with slits for the arms. /pɛˈliːs/ noun 1. a fur-trimmed cloak 2. a high-waisted loose coat, usually fur-trimmed, worn esp by women in the early 19th century
[pee-lahyt] /ˈpi laɪt/ noun, Geology. 1. any clayey rock, as mudstone or shale. /ˈpiːlaɪt/ noun 1. any argillaceous rock such as shale pelite (pē’līt’) A sediment or sedimentary rock composed of fine fragments, as of clay or mud.