[pahy-kuh] /ˈpaɪ kə/
any of several small, brown to gray tailless mammals of the genus Ochotona, resembling rabbits with short ears and legs and inhabiting western mountains of North America and parts of eastern Europe and Asia.
any burrowing lagomorph mammal of the family Ochotonidae of mountainous regions of North America and Asia, having short rounded ears, a rounded body, and rudimentary tail Also called cony
rabbit-like animal of Siberia and North America, 1827, from Tunguse piika.
[pee-kah-key] /ˈpi kɑˌkeɪ/ noun 1. a climbing vine, Jasminium sambac, of the olive family, probably of Asian origin, having fragrant white flowers used to flavor jasmine tea and, in Hawaii, to make leis.
/ˈpiːkaʊ/ noun 1. (NZ) a pack, knapsack, or rucksack
[pahyk] /paɪk/ noun, plural (especially collectively) pike (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pikes. 1. any of several large, slender, voracious freshwater fishes of the genus Esox, having a long, flat snout: the of the Great Lakes is now extinct. 2. any of various superficially similar fishes, as the walleye or . […]
[pahyk-blen-ee] /ˈpaɪkˌblɛn i/ noun, plural (especially collectively) pikeblenny (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pikeblennies. 1. any of several tropical American clinid fishes of the genus Chaenopsis, as C. ocellata (bluethroat pikeblenny) the male of which is noted for its aggressive behavior in defending its territory.
[pahyk] /paɪk/ noun 1. a shafted weapon having a pointed head, formerly used by infantry. verb (used with object), piked, piking. 2. to pierce, wound, or kill with or as with a pike. [pahyk] /paɪk/ verb (used without object), piked, piking. Older Slang. 1. to go, leave, or move along quickly. /paɪk/ noun (pl) pike, […]