[pir-oh] /ˈpɪr oʊ/
c365–c275 b.c, Greek philosopher.
?365–?275 bc, Greek philosopher; founder of scepticism. He maintained that true wisdom and happiness lie in suspension of judgment, since certain knowledge is impossible to attain
[pir-uh-niz-uh m] /ˈpɪr əˌnɪz əm/ noun 1. the Skeptic doctrines of Pyrrho and his followers. 2. extreme or absolute skepticism.
[pir-uh-tahyt] /ˈpɪr əˌtaɪt/ noun 1. a common mineral, iron sulfide, approximately FeS but variable because of a partial absence of ferrous ions, occurring in massive and in crystal forms with a bronze color and metallic luster; magnetic pyrites: generally slightly magnetic. /ˈpɪrəˌtaɪt/ noun 1. a common bronze-coloured magnetic mineral consisting of ferrous sulphide in hexagonal […]
[pir-uh-lok-see-uh] /ˌpɪr əˈlɒk si ə/ noun 1. a cardinallike grosbeak, Cardinalis (Pyrrhuloxia) sinuatus, of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, having a bill superficially resembling that of a parrot. /ˌpɪrəˈlɒksɪə/ noun 1. a grey-and-pink crested bunting, Pyrrhuloxia sinuata, of Central and SW North America, with a short parrot-like bill
[pir-uh s] /ˈpɪr əs/ noun 1. c318–272 b.c, king of Epirus c300–272. 2. Classical Mythology. . /ˈpɪrəs/ noun 1. 319–272 bc, king of Epirus (306–272). He invaded Italy but was ultimately defeated by the Romans (275 bc) 2. another name for Neoptolemus