[German pee-lah-too s] /German piˈlɑ tʊs/
a mountain in central Switzerland, near Lucerne: a peak of the Alps; cable railway. 6998 feet (2130 meters).
a mountain in central Switzerland, in Unterwalden canton: derives its name from the legend that the body of Pontius Pilate lay in a former lake on the mountain. Height: 2122 m (6962 ft)
[pi-lahf, pee-lahf, pi-law, -lou, pee-law, -lou] /pɪˈlɑf, ˈpi lɑf, pɪˈlɔ, -ˈlaʊ, ˈpi lɔ, -laʊ/ noun 1. . /pɪˈlaʊ/ noun 1. a dish originating from the East, consisting of rice flavoured with spices and cooked in stock, to which meat, poultry, or fish may be added
[pi-lahf, pee-lahf] /pɪˈlɑf, ˈpi lɑf/ noun 1. a Middle Eastern dish consisting of sautéed, seasoned rice steamed in bouillon, sometimes with poultry, meat or shellfish. 2. rice cooked in a meat or poultry broth. [pi-lahf, pee-lahf, pi-law, -lou, pee-law, -lou] /pɪˈlɑf, ˈpi lɑf, pɪˈlɔ, -ˈlaʊ, ˈpi lɔ, -laʊ/ noun 1. . /pɪˈlaʊ/ noun 1. a […]
[pilch] /pɪltʃ/ noun 1. an infant’s wrapper worn over a diaper. /pɪltʃ/ noun (Brit, archaic) 1. an outer garment, originally one made of skin 2. an infant’s outer wrapping, worn over the napkin
[pil-cherd] /ˈpɪl tʃərd/ noun 1. a small, southern European, marine fish, Sardina pilchardus, related to the herring but smaller and rounder. 2. any of several related fishes, as Sardinops caeruleus, common off the California coast. /ˈpɪltʃəd/ noun 1. a European food fish, Sardina (or Clupea) pilchardus, with a rounded body covered with large scales: family […]