Insignificant; trivial; piddling: I’m only sad that critics take it seriously. It’s just a little pisher half-hour
A young, insignificant person; squirt: Roth’s rise in a few short years from Hollywood pisher to Hollywood mogul was a classic movie scenario
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).
[pi-sid-ee-uh n, pahy-] /pɪˈsɪd i ən, paɪ-/ noun 1. the extinct language of , not known to be related to any other language, written in a script derived from the Greek alphabet.