[pin-yuh n, peen-yohn, peen-yohn; Spanish pee-nyawn] /ˈpɪn yən, ˈpin yoʊn, pinˈyoʊn; Spanish piˈnyɔn/
noun, plural piñons Spanish, piñones
[pee-nyaw-nes] /piˈnyɔ nɛs/ (Show IPA)
Also, pinyon. Also called pinyon pine, nut pine. any of several pines of southwestern North America, as Pinus monophylla or P. edulis, bearing edible, nutlike seeds.
Also called piñon nut. the seed.
[pin-yuh n, peen-yohn, peen-yohn] /ˈpɪn yən, ˈpin yoʊn, pinˈyoʊn/
[pin-zuh; Italian peen-dzah] /ˈpɪn zə; Italian ˈpin dzɑ/ noun 1. Ezio [et-see-oh,, ey-zee-oh;; Italian e-tsyaw] /ˈɛt siˌoʊ,, ˈeɪ ziˌoʊ;; Italian ˈɛ tsyɔ/ (Show IPA), 1895–1957, Italian basso, in the U.S.
[peen-thawn] /pinˈθɔn/ noun 1. Martín Alonzo [mahr-teen ah-lawn-thaw] /mɑrˈtin ɑˈlɔn θɔ/ (Show IPA), c1440–93? and his brother, Vicente Yáñez [bee-then-te yah-nyeth] /biˈθɛn tɛ ˈyɑ nyɛθ/ (Show IPA) c1460–1524?, Spanish navigators with Christopher Columbus. /Spanish pinˈθɔn/ noun 1. Martín Alonzo (marˈtin aˈlɔnθo). ?1440–93, Spanish navigator, who commanded the Pinta on Columbus’ first expedition (1492–93), which he […]
U.S. Military. 1. public information office. 2. public information officer.
[pee-uh-ley] /ˌpi əˈleɪ/ noun 1. an ice ax used in mountaineering. /pjəʊˈleɪ/ noun 1. a type of ice axe n. 1868, from Savoy French piolet “climber’s ice-axe” (19c.), diminutive of piolo “axe,” perhaps from Medieval Latin piola “plane, scraper.”