Pixes



[piks] /pɪks/

noun
1.
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[piks] /pɪks/
noun, plural pix for 2.
1.
a plural of 1 .
2.
2 .
[piks] /pɪks/
noun
1.
Ecclesiastical.

2.
Also called pyx chest. a box or chest at a mint, in which specimen coins are deposited and reserved for trial by weight and assay.
/pɪks/
plural noun
1.
(informal) photographs; prints
/pɪks/
noun
1.
a less common spelling of pyx
/pɪks/
noun
1.
Also called pyx chest. the chest in which coins from the British mint are placed to be tested for weight, etc
2.
(Christianity) any receptacle in which the Eucharistic Host is kept
n.

c.1400, “a box,” especially the vessel in which the host or consecrated bread is preserved, from Latin pyxis, from Greek pyxis “box-wood; a box,” from pyxos “box-wood; box-tree,” of uncertain origin.
n.

variant of pics, 1930 (see pic).

modifier

: pix credit

noun

pictures
Pyxis (constellation)

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