Babylonian, the current, broad-flowing, one of the “four heads” into which the river which watered the garden of Eden was divided (Gen. 2:11). Some identify it with the modern Phasis, others with the Halys, others the Jorak or Acampis, others the Jaab, the Indus, the Ganges, etc.
[pis] /pɪs/ Vulgar. noun 1. . verb (used without object), pissed, pissing. 2. to urinate. Idioms 3. piss away, Slang. to squander; fritter away: 4. piss off, Slang. 5. take a piss, to urinate. /pɪs/ verb 1. (intransitive) to urinate 2. (transitive) to discharge as or in one’s urine: to piss blood noun 3. an […]
- Piss about
verb (adverb) (slang) 1. (intransitive) to behave in a casual or silly way 2. (transitive) to waste the time of
- Piss and wind
noun phrase Pretentious but feeble show; gaudy display: They strut with the piss and wind traditional among victors in political intrigues [1922+; perhaps fr the situation of a person who can urinate and flatulate, but not achieve a substantial defecation]
[pis-ant] /ˈpɪsˌænt/ noun 1. Slang: Vulgar. a person or thing of no value or consequence; a despicable person or thing. 2. Obsolete. an ant. adjective 3. Slang: Vulgar. insignificant or worthless. /ˈpɪsænt/ noun 1. an insignificant or contemptible person adjective 2. insignificant or contemptible n. 1660s, “an ant,” from first element of pismire (q.v.) + […]