[pir-oh] /ˈpɪr oʊ/
[pi-roh-guh n] /pɪˈroʊ gən/ noun 1. (used with a plural verb) Jewish Cookery. small baked pastries filled with chopped chicken livers, onion, etc.
/pɪˈrəʊɡ/ noun (pl) -rogi (-ˈrəʊɡɪ) 1. a large pie filled with meat, vegetables, etc
[pi-roh-gee] /pɪˈroʊ gi/ noun, plural pierogi, pierogies. Eastern European Cookery. 1. a small dough envelope filled with mashed potato, meat, cheese, or vegetables, crimped to seal the edge and then boiled or fried, typically served with sour cream or onions. n. 1854, from Yiddish, from Russian, plural of pirog “pie,” perhaps borrowed from the Turkic […]
[pi-rohg, pee-rohg] /pɪˈroʊg, ˈpi roʊg/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. a native boat, especially an American dugout. /pɪˈrəʊɡ/ noun 1. any of various kinds of dugout canoes n. 1660s, from French pirogue, probably from Galibi (a Carib language) piragua “a dug-out.” Cf. Spanish piragua (1530s).