noun, U.S. Furniture.
a table having a top, usually round, with a raised and intricately carved edge.
a round table, ornamented with carved moulding suggestive of a pie crust
[pahyd] /paɪd/ adjective 1. having patches of two or more colors, as various birds and other animals: a pied horse. 2. wearing pied clothing. [pahy] /paɪ/ noun, plural pies. 1. printing types mixed together indiscriminately. 2. any confused mixture; jumble. verb (used with object), pied, piing. 3. to reduce (printing types) to a state of […]
[pee-ey-duh-tair, -dah-, pyey-] /piˌeɪ dəˈtɛər, -dɑ-, ˌpyeɪ-/ noun, plural pieds-à-terre [pee-ey-duh-tair, -dah-, pyey-] /piˌeɪ dəˈtɛər, -dɑ-, ˌpyeɪ-/ (Show IPA) 1. a residence, as an apartment, for part-time or temporary use. /ˌpjeɪtɑːˈtɛə/ noun (pl) pieds-à-terre (ˌpjeɪtɑːˈtɛə) 1. a flat, house, or other lodging for secondary or occasional use
- Pied-billed grebe
[pahyd-bild] /ˈpaɪdˌbɪld/ noun 1. an American grebe, Podilymbus podiceps, having a whitish bill with a black band around it.
[pee-ey-duh-beesh; French pyeyduh-beesh] /piˌeɪ dəˈbiʃ; French pyeɪdəˈbiʃ/ noun, plural pieds-de-biche [pee-eyz-duh-beesh; French pyeyduh-beesh] /piˌeɪz dəˈbiʃ; French pyeɪdəˈbiʃ/ (Show IPA). Furniture. 1. a termination to a leg, consisting of a slight outward curve ending in the semblance of a cloven hoof.