[pi-siv-er-uh s] /pɪˈsɪv ər əs/
adapted to feeding on fish; fish-eating.
feeding on fish: piscivorous birds
1660s, from Latin piscis “fish” (see fish (n.)) + -vorous.
Habitually feeding on fish. Terns and cormorants are piscivorous birds.
[pis-koh, pee-skoh; Spanish pee-skaw] /ˈpɪs koʊ, ˈpi skoʊ; Spanish ˈpi skɔ/ noun 1. a brandy made in the district near Pisco, a seaport in Peru.
[pee-zey] /piˈzeɪ/ noun 1. . /ˈpiːzeɪ/ noun 1. rammed earth or clay used to make floors or walls Also called pisé de terre
[pee-zey] /piˈzeɪ/ noun 1. . noun 1. a mixture of sand, loam, clay, and other ingredients rammed hard within forms as a building material. /ˈpiːzeɪ/ noun 1. rammed earth or clay used to make floors or walls Also called pisé de terre
[piz-guh] /ˈpɪz gə/ noun 1. Mount, a mountain ridge of ancient Moab, now in Jordan, NE of the Dead Sea: from its summit (Mt. Nebo) Moses viewed the Promised Land. Deut. 34:1. /ˈpɪzɡə/ noun 1. (Old Testament) Mount Pisgah, the mountain slopes to the northeast of the Dead Sea, from one of which, Mount Nebo, […]