having patches of black and white or of other colors; parti-colored.
a piebald animal, especially a horse.
marked or spotted in two different colours, esp black and white: a piebald horse
a black-and-white pied horse
“of two different colors,” 1580s, formed from pie (n.2) “magpie” + bald in its older sense of “spotted, white;” in reference to the black-and-white plumage of the magpie. Hence, “of mixed character, mongrel.” Technically only of black-and-white colorings.
[pahy] /paɪ/ noun 1. a baked food having a filling of fruit, meat, pudding, etc., prepared in a pastry-lined pan or dish and often topped with a pastry crust: apple pie; meat pie. 2. a layer cake with a filling of custard, cream jelly, or the like: chocolate cream pie. 3. a total or whole […]
[pahy-i-tiz-uh m] /ˈpaɪ ɪˌtɪz əm/ noun 1. a movement, originating in the Lutheran Church in Germany in the 17th century, that stressed personal piety over religious formality and orthodoxy. 2. the principles and practices of the Pietists. 3. (lowercase) intensity of religious devotion or feeling. 4. (lowercase) exaggeration or affectation of piety. /ˈpaɪɪˌtɪzəm/ noun 1. […]
/ˈpiːtˌmeɪˈfrəʊ/ noun 1. (South African) a cuckoo, Notococcyx solitarius, having a red breast
- Pietro da cortona
[kawr-taw-nah] /kɔrˈtɔ nɑ/ noun 1. Pietro da [pye-traw dah] /ˈpyɛ trɔ dɑ/ (Show IPA), (Pietro Berrettini) 1596–1669, Italian painter and architect. /Italian ˈpjɛːtro da korˈtoːna/ noun 1. real name Pietro Berrettini. 1596–1669, Italian baroque painter and architect /kɔːˈtəʊnə; Italian kɔrˈtona/ noun 1. a town in central Italy, in Tuscany: Roman and Etruscan remains, 15th-century cathedral. […]