[pi-lahf, pee-lahf] /pɪˈlɑf, ˈpi lɑf/
a Middle Eastern dish consisting of sautéed, seasoned rice steamed in bouillon, sometimes with poultry, meat or shellfish.
rice cooked in a meat or poultry broth.
[pi-lahf, pee-lahf, pi-law, -lou, pee-law, -lou] /pɪˈlɑf, ˈpi lɑf, pɪˈlɔ, -ˈlaʊ, ˈpi lɔ, -laʊ/
a dish originating from the East, consisting of rice flavoured with spices and cooked in stock, to which meat, poultry, or fish may be added
oriental dish of rice boiled with meat, 1610s, from Turkish pilav, from Persian pilaw. Spelling influenced by Modern Greek pilafi, from the Turkish word.
[pilch] /pɪltʃ/ noun 1. an infant’s wrapper worn over a diaper. /pɪltʃ/ noun (Brit, archaic) 1. an outer garment, originally one made of skin 2. an infant’s outer wrapping, worn over the napkin
[pil-cherd] /ˈpɪl tʃərd/ noun 1. a small, southern European, marine fish, Sardina pilchardus, related to the herring but smaller and rounder. 2. any of several related fishes, as Sardinops caeruleus, common off the California coast. /ˈpɪltʃəd/ noun 1. a European food fish, Sardina (or Clupea) pilchardus, with a rounded body covered with large scales: family […]
[peel-kaw-mah-yaw] /ˌpil kɔˈmɑ yɔ/ noun 1. a river in S central South America, flowing SE from S Bolivia along the boundary between Paraguay and Argentina to the Paraguay River at Asunción. 1000 miles (1610 km) long. /Spanish pilkoˈmajo/ noun 1. a river in S central South America, rising in W central Bolivia and flowing southeast, […]
[pil-kroh] /ˈpɪl kroʊ/ noun 1. a paragraph mark.