[pin-toh, peen-] /ˈpɪn toʊ, ˈpin-/
marked with spots of white and other colors; mottled; spotted:
a pinto horse.
noun, plural pintos.
Western U.S. a pinto horse.
marked with patches of white; piebald
noun (pl) -tos
a pinto horse
1860, “a horse marked black and white,” from American Spanish pinto, literally “painted, spotted,” from Spanish, from Vulgar Latin *pinctus, variant of Latin pictus “painted,” past participle of pingere “to paint” (see paint (v.)). Pinto bean is attested from 1916, so called for its markings.
noun 1. a variety of the common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris, having mottled or spotted seeds: grown chiefly in the southern U.S. noun 1. a variety of kidney bean that has mottled seeds and is grown for food and fodder in the southwestern US
[pinch] /pɪntʃ/ noun 1. gas with high illuminating power made from shale oil or petroleum, used in buoys, lighthouses, and railroad cars.
[pahynt-sahyz] /ˈpaɪntˌsaɪz/ adjective, Informal. 1. comparatively small in size: a pint-size typewriter. adjective 1. (informal) very small; tiny adjective Small, like a child or small person [1938+; fr the notion of a pint being a small amount]
/ˈpɪntəbɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -bi, -bis. an Aboriginal people of the southern border area of Western Australia and the Northern Territory 2. the language of this people