Heb. dishon, “springing”, (Deut. 14:5), one of the animals permitted for food. It is supposed to be the Antelope addax. It is described as “a large animal, over 3 1/2 feet high at the shoulder, and, with its gently-twisted horns, 2 1/2 feet long. Its colour is pure white, with the exception of a short black mane, and a tinge of tawny on the shoulders and back.”, Tristram’s Natural History.
[pahy-jid-ee-uh m] /paɪˈdʒɪd i əm/ noun, plural pygidia [pahy-jid-ee-uh] /paɪˈdʒɪd i ə/ (Show IPA). Zoology. 1. any of various structures or regions at the caudal end of the body in certain invertebrates. /paɪˈdʒɪdɪəm; -ˈɡɪd-/ noun (pl) -ia (-ɪə) 1. the terminal segment, division, or other structure in certain annelids, arthropods, and other invertebrates
[pig-mee-uh n, pig-mee-] /pɪgˈmi ən, ˈpɪg mi-/ adjective 1. (defs 6, 7).
[pig-mey-lee-uh n, -meyl-yuh n] /pɪgˈmeɪ li ən, -ˈmeɪl yən/ noun 1. Classical Mythology. a sculptor and king of Cyprus who carved an ivory statue of a maiden and fell in love with it. It was brought to life, in response to his prayer, by Aphrodite. 2. (italics) a comedy (1912) by George Bernard Shaw. /pɪɡˈmeɪlɪən/ […]
pygmalionism pyg·ma·lion·ism (pĭg-māl’yə-nĭz’əm, -mā’lē-ə-) n. The state of being in love with an object of one’s own creation.