[pee-zuh; Italian pee-zah] /ˈpi zə; Italian ˈpi zɑ/
a city in NW Italy, on the Arno River: leaning tower.
/ˈpiːzə; Italian ˈpiːsa/
a city in Tuscany, NW Italy, near the mouth of the River Arno: flourishing maritime republic (11th–12th centuries), contains a university (1343), a cathedral (1063), and the Leaning Tower (begun in 1174 and about 5 m (17 ft) from perpendicular); tourism. Pop: 89 694 (2001)
Italian city, from Etruscan, of uncertain meaning. Related: Pisan.
[pee-zey] /ˈpi zeɪ/ noun 1. .
[pis-kuh-ree] /ˈpɪs kə ri/ noun, plural piscaries. 1. Law. the right or privilege of fishing in particular waters. 2. a place for fishing. /ˈpɪskərɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. a place where fishing takes place 2. the right to fish in certain waters
[pis-kuh-tol-uh-jee] /ˌpɪs kəˈtɒl ə dʒi/ noun, Now Rare. 1. the art or science of fishing. noun the study of fishing, fishes; the science of fishing Word Origin Latin piscari ‘to fish’ n. 1867, a hybrid from Latin piscatus, past participle of piscari “to fish,” from pisces “a fish” (see fish (n.)) + -ology.
[pi-skey-ter, pis-kuh-] /pɪˈskeɪ tər, ˈpɪs kə-/ noun 1. .