[psh; spelling pronunciation pish] /pʃ; spelling pronunciation pɪʃ/
(used as an exclamation of mild contempt or impatience.)
an exclamation of “pish!”.
verb (used without object)
to say “pish.”.
verb (used with object)
to say “pish” at or to.
an exclamation of impatience or contempt
to make this exclamation at (someone or something)
exclamation of contempt, attested from 1590s.
adjective Insignificant; trivial; piddling: I’m only sad that critics take it seriously. It’s just a little pisher half-hour noun A young, insignificant person; squirt: Roth’s rise in a few short years from Hollywood pisher to Hollywood mogul was a classic movie scenario Related Terms call someone pisher [1942+; fr Yiddish, ”bed-wetter”]
[pi-shohg] /pɪˈʃoʊg/ noun, Irish English. 1. sorcery; witchcraft; black magic. 2. an evil spell; hex. /pɪˈʃəʊɡ/ noun 1. (Irish) sorcery; witchcraft
[pish-pek; Russian pyi-shpyek] /pɪʃˈpɛk; Russian pyɪˈʃpyɛk/ noun 1. former name (until 1926) of . /pɪʃˈpɛk/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Kyrgyz name for Bishkek
[pi-sid-ee-uh, pahy-] /pɪˈsɪd i ə, paɪ-/ noun 1. an ancient country in S Asia Minor: later a Roman province. a district in Asia Minor, to the north of Pamphylia. The Taurus range of mountains extends through it. Antioch, one of its chief cities, was twice visited by Paul (Acts 13:14; 14:21-24).