[pip-er] /ˈpɪp ər/
the center of the reticule of a gunsight.
[pip-in] /ˈpɪp ɪn/ noun 1. any of numerous roundish or oblate varieties of apple. 2. Botany. a seed. /ˈpɪpɪn/ noun 1. any of several varieties of eating apple with a rounded oblate shape 2. the seed of any of these fruits n. “excellent person or thing,” 1897, from coveted varieties of apple that were raised […]
[pip] /pɪp/ verb (used without object), pipped, pipping. 1. to peep or chirp. 2. (of a young bird) to break out from the shell. verb (used with object), pipped, pipping. 3. to crack or chip a hole through (the shell), as a young bird. [pip] /pɪp/ verb (used with object), pipped, pipping. British Slang. 1. […]
slangy salutation current in Britain c.1907-1923, said by Partridge to be in imitation of bicycle horn noise.
[pip-sis-uh-wuh, -waw] /pɪpˈsɪs ə wə, -ˌwɔ/ noun 1. any evergreen plant of the genus Chimaphila, especially C. umbellata, the leaves of which are used medicinally for their tonic, diuretic, and astringent properties. /pɪpˈsɪsəwə/ noun 1. any of several ericaceous plants of the Asian and American genus Chimaphila, having jagged evergreen leaves and white or pinkish […]