[pahy-plant, -plahnt] /ˈpaɪˌplænt, -ˌplɑnt/
the edible rhubarb, Rheum rhabarbarum.
- Pie plate
noun a round 1-3 inch deep 9-11 inch diameter pan with sloped sides for baking pies; also called pie pan Examples Use a glass pie plate or a dull metal pie plate for making pies. Word Origin by 1583 Usage Note cooking
n. early 13c., “wayfarer, itinerant merchant, etc.,” folk etymology alteration of Old French pie pouldre or Medieval Latin pede-pulverosus, both literally “dusty-footed” (see foot (n.) + powder (n.)).
[peers] /pɪərs/ verb (used with object), pierced, piercing. 1. to penetrate into or run through (something), as a sharp, pointed dagger, object, or instrument does. 2. to make a hole or opening in. 3. to bore into or through; tunnel. 4. to perforate. 5. to make (a hole, opening, etc.) by or as by boring […]
[peerst] /pɪərst/ adjective 1. punctured or perforated, as to form a decorative design: a pendant in pierced copper. 2. (of the ear) having the lobe punctured, as for earrings. 3. (of an earring) made to be attached, as by a post or wire, through the hole in a pierced ear lobe. 4. Heraldry. (of a […]