[pik-uh-roh, pee-kuh-] /ˈpɪk əˌroʊ, ˈpi kə-/
noun, plural picaros.
a rogue or vagabond.
[pik-uh-resk] /ˌpɪk əˈrɛsk/ adjective 1. pertaining to, characteristic of, or characterized by a form of prose fiction, originally developed in Spain, in which the adventures of an engagingly roguish hero are described in a series of usually humorous or satiric episodes that often depict, in realistic detail, the everyday life of the common people: picaresque […]
[pi-kah-soh, -kas-oh; Spanish pee-kah-saw] /pɪˈkɑ soʊ, -ˈkæs oʊ; Spanish piˈkɑ sɔ/ noun 1. Pablo [pah-bloh;; Spanish pah-vlaw] /ˈpɑ bloʊ;; Spanish ˈpɑ vlɔ/ (Show IPA), 1881–1973, Spanish painter and sculptor in France. /pɪˈkæsəʊ/ noun 1. Pablo (ˈpæbləʊ). 1881–1973, Spanish painter and sculptor, resident in France: a highly influential figure in 20th-century art and a founder, with […]
[pik-uh-roon] /ˌpɪk əˈrun/ noun 1. a rogue, vagabond, thief, or brigand. 2. a pirate or corsair. verb (used without object) 3. to act or operate as a pirate or brigand. /ˌpɪkəˈruːn/ noun 1. (archaic) an adventurer or rogue n. 1620s, “rogue, thief, adventurer; pirate, sea-robber; small pirate ship,” from Spanish picaron, augmentative of picaro “rogue” […]
[pik-ee-yoon, pik-uh-] /ˌpɪk iˈyun, ˌpɪk ə-/ adjective, Also, picayunish, Informal. 1. of little value or account; small; trifling: a picayune amount. 2. petty, carping, or prejudiced: I didn’t want to seem picayune by criticizing. noun 3. (formerly, in Louisiana, Florida, etc.) a coin equal to half a Spanish real. 4. any small coin, as a […]