[Sephardic Hebrew pee-yoot; Ashkenazic Hebrew pee-yoo t] /Sephardic Hebrew piˈyut; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈpi yʊt/
noun, plural Piyyutim
[Sephardic Hebrew pee-yoo-teem; Ashkenazic Hebrew pi-yoo-tim] /Sephardic Hebrew pi yuˈtim; Ashkenazic Hebrew pɪˈyu tɪm/ (Show IPA). Judaism.
a liturgical poem included in the services on holidays and special Sabbaths in addition to the established prayers.
[pee-zeyn] /ˈpi zeɪn/ noun, Armor. 1. a mail collar of the 14th century, worn with a hauberk.
[pi-zahr-oh; Spanish pee-thahr-raw, -sahr-] /pɪˈzɑr oʊ; Spanish piˈθɑr rɔ, -ˈsɑr-/ noun 1. Francisco [fran-sis-koh;; Spanish frahn-thees-kaw,, -sees-] /frænˈsɪs koʊ;; Spanish frɑnˈθis kɔ,, -ˈsis-/ (Show IPA), c1470–1541, Spanish conqueror of Peru. /pɪˈzɑːrəʊ; Spanish piˈθarrɔ/ noun 1. Francisco (franˈθisko). ?1475–1541, Spanish conqueror of Peru. He landed in Peru (1532), murdered the Inca King Atahualpa (1533), and founded […]
[puh-zaz] /pəˈzæz/ noun, Informal. 1. energy; vitality; vigor. 2. attractive style; dash; flair. n. also pizzaz; pizzazz, 1937, probably originally college or show-biz slang. Pizazz, to quote the editor of the Harvard Lampoon, is an indefinable dynamic quality, the je ne sais quoi of function; as for instance, adding Scotch puts pizazz into a drink. […]
[gawl] /gɔl/ noun 1. (Pizi) 1840?–94, leader of the Hunkpapa Sioux: a major chief in the battle of Little Bighorn. /ɡɔːl/ noun 1. (informal) impudence 2. bitterness; rancour 3. something bitter or disagreeable 4. (physiol) an obsolete term for bile1 5. an obsolete term for gall bladder /ɡɔːl/ noun 1. a sore on the skin […]