[pin-doh] /ˈpɪn doʊ/
a feather palm, Butia capitata, of Brazil, having long, arching leaves, grayish beneath, and small, egg-shaped fruit.
[pin-duh s] /ˈpɪn dəs/ noun 1. a mountain range in central Greece: highest peak, 7665 feet (2335 meters). /ˈpɪndəs/ noun 1. a mountain range in central Greece between Epirus and Thessaly. Highest peak: Mount Smólikas, 2633 m (8639 ft) Modern Greek name Píndhos (ˈpinðɔs)
[pahyn] /paɪn/ noun 1. any evergreen, coniferous tree of the genus Pinus, having long, needle-shaped leaves, certain species of which yield timber, turpentine, tar, pitch, etc. Compare . 2. any of various similar coniferous trees. 3. the wood of the pine tree. 4. Informal. the pineapple. [pahyn] /paɪn/ verb (used without object), pined, pining. 1. […]
[pin-ee-uh l, pahy-nee-, pahy-nee-] /ˈpɪn i əl, ˈpaɪ ni-, paɪˈni-/ adjective 1. resembling a pine cone in shape. 2. of or relating to the . /ˈpɪnɪəl; paɪˈniːəl/ adjective 1. resembling a pine cone 2. of or relating to the pineal gland adj. 1680s, in reference to the gland in the brain, from French pinéal, literally […]
noun 1. (formerly) the pineal gland. pineal body n. A small, unpaired, flattened glandular structure lying in the depression between the two superior colliculi of the brain and secreting the hormone melatonin. Also called conarium, epiphysis, pineal gland.