[pahy-ak-yuh-ler] /paɪˈæk yə lər/
expiatory; atoning; reparatory.
requiring expiation; sinful or wicked.
making expiation for a sacrilege
[pee-ahf, pee-ahf] /piˈɑf, ˈpi ɑf/ noun 1. Edith (Edith Giovanna Gassion) 1914–63, French singer. /French pjaf/ noun 1. Edith (edit), real name Edith Giovanna Gassion, known as the Little Sparrow, 1915–63, French singer
[pyaf] /pyæf/ Dressage. noun 1. Also, piaffer. a cadenced trot executed on one spot, with a well-elevated leg action. verb (used without object), piaffed, piaffing. 2. (of a horse) to execute such a movement. 3. (of a rider) to cause a horse to piaffe. verb (used with object), piaffed, piaffing. 4. to cause (a horse) […]
[pee-uh-zhey, py-ah-; French pya-zhe] /ˌpi əˈʒeɪ, ˌpy ɑ-; French pyaˈʒɛ/ noun 1. Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1896–1980, Swiss psychologist: studied cognitive development of children. /French pjaʒɛ/ noun 1. Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1896–1980, Swiss psychologist, noted for his work on the development of the cognitive functions in children Piaget Pia·get (pē’ə-zhā’, pyä-), Jean. 1896-1980. Swiss child […]
[pee-uh-zhey-uh n, pyah-] /ˌpi əˈʒeɪ ən, pyɑ-/ adjective 1. of or relating to the theories developed by Jean .