[pib-gawrn] /ˈpɪb gɔrn/
an ancient wind instrument of Wales resembling the hornpipe.
[pi-blok-toh] /pɪˈblɒk toʊ/ noun, plural pibloktos. Psychology. 1. a culture-specific syndrome occurring among traditional Eskimo women, characterized by an outburst of cries or screams, the removal of clothing, and seeming possession by a bird or animal spirit.
[pee-brokh] /ˈpi brɒx/ noun 1. (in the Scottish Highlands) a piece of music for the bagpipe, consisting of a series of variations on a basic theme, usually martial in character, but sometimes used as a dirge. /ˈpiːbrɒk; Gaelic ˈpiːbrɒx/ noun 1. a form of music for Scottish bagpipes, consisting of a theme and variations 2. […]
[pik] /pɪk/ noun, plural pix [piks] /pɪks/ (Show IPA), pics. Slang. 1. a movie. 2. a photograph. [peek] /pik/ noun, Piquet. 1. the scoring of 30 points in the declaration of hands and in the play before one’s opponent scores a point. 2. the bonus of 30 points won for so scoring. /pɪk/ noun (pl) […]
[pahy-kuh] /ˈpaɪ kə/ noun, Printing. 1. a 12-point type of a size between small pica and English. 2. the depth of this type size as a unit of linear measurement for type, pages containing type, etc.; one sixth of an inch. 3. a 12-point type, widely used for typewriters, having 10 characters to the inch. […]