[plin-ee] /ˈplɪn i/
(“the Elder”; Gaius Plinius Secundus) a.d. 23–79, Roman naturalist, encyclopedist, and writer.
his nephew (“the Younger,” Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus) a.d. 62?–c113, Roman writer, statesman, and orator.
known as Pliny the Elder. Latin name Gaius Plinius Secundus. 23–79 ad, Roman writer, the author of the encyclopedic Natural History (77)
his nephew, known as Pliny the Younger. Latin name Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus. ?62–?113 ad, Roman writer and administrator, noted for his letters
1. variant of . combining form 1. greater in size, extent, degree, etc; more: Pliocene word-forming element, Latinate form of pleio-.
[plahy-uh-film] /ˈplaɪ əˌfɪlm/ Trademark. 1. a brand of resinlike rubber hydrochloride that forms a clear, flexible, water-resistant, heat-sealable plastic, used for packaging, raincoats, etc.
[plahy-uh-tron] /ˈplaɪ əˌtrɒn/ noun, Electronics. 1. any hot-cathode vacuum tube having an anode and one or more grids.
[pleek-ah-zhoo r; French plee-ka-zhoor] /ˈplik ɑˈʒʊər; French pli kaˈʒur/ Fine Arts. 1. an enameling technique in which unbacked wirework is filled with transparent enamel, resulting in a stained-glass effect.