[pee-laws; English pahy-los, -lohs] /ˈpi lɔs; English ˈpaɪ lɒs, -loʊs/
Greek name of .
a port in SW Greece, in the SW Peloponnese; scene of a defeat of the Spartans by the Athenians (425 bc) during the Peloponnesian War and of the Battle of Navarino Italian name Navarino Modern Greek name Pílos See Navarino
[pim] /pɪm/ noun 1. John, 1584–1643, English statesman. /pɪm/ noun 1. Barbara (Mary Crampton). 1913–80, British novelist, noted for such comedies of middle-class English life as Excellent Women (1952), A Glass of Blessings (1958), and The Sweet Dove Died (1978) 2. John. ?1584–1643, leading English parliamentarian during the events leading to the Civil War. He […]
1. pick your own. 1. a combining form meaning “pus,” used in the formation of compound words: pyogenesis. combining form 1. denoting pus: pyosis word-forming element meaning “pus,” from comb. form of Greek puon “pus” (see pus). pyo- or py- pref. Pus: pyoderma. pick your own
pyocele py·o·cele (pī’ə-sēl’) n. An accumulation of pus in a body cavity, such as the scrotum.
pyocephalus py·o·ceph·a·lus (pī’ō-sěf’ə-ləs) n. The presence of purulent fluid in the brain. Also called pyencephalus.