[pyah-ti-gawr-skee, pyat-i-] /ˌpyɑ tɪˈgɔr ski, ˌpyæt ɪ-/
[greg-er] /ˈgrɛg ər/ (Show IPA), 1903–76, U.S. cellist, born in Russia.
[pee-a-truh nee-ams, pee-ah-truh nee-ahms; Romanian pyah-trah nyahmts] /piˈæ trə niˈæms, piˈɑ trə niˈɑms; Romanian ˈpyɑ trɑ ˈnyɑmts/ noun 1. a city in NE Romania, in Moldavia.
[pyou-ee] /pyaʊˈi/ noun 1. a state in NE Brazil. 96,860 sq. mi. (250,870 sq. km). Capital: Teresina. /Portuguese pjaˈui/ noun 1. a state of NE Brazil, on the Atlantic: rises to a semiarid plateau, with the more humid Paranaíba valley in the west Capital: Teresina. Pop: 2 898 223 (2002). Area: 250 934 sq km […]
[pyah-ve] /ˈpyɑ vɛ/ noun 1. a river in NE Italy, flowing S and SE into the Adriatic. 137 miles (220 km) long. /Italian ˈpjaːve/ noun 1. a river in NE Italy, rising near the border with Austria and flowing south and southeast to the Adriatic: the main line of Italian defence during World War I. […]
[pee-az-uh, -ah-zuh or for 1, 3 especially British, pee-at-suh, -aht-; for 1 also Italian pyaht-tsah] /piˈæz ə, -ˈɑ zə or for 1, 3 especially British, piˈæt sə, -ˈɑt-; for 1 also Italian ˈpyɑt tsɑ/ noun, plural piazzas Italian, piazze [pyaht-tse] /ˈpyɑt tsɛ/ (Show IPA) 1. an open square or public place in a city or […]