[pahy-luh t-fish] /ˈpaɪ lətˌfɪʃ/
noun, plural (especially collectively) pilotfish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pilotfishes.
a small, marine , Naucrates ductor, often swimming with sharks.
any of various other having similar habits.
1630s, from pilot (n.) + fish (n.). So called because they were thought to lead sharks to prey.
noun, Nautical. 1. the flag symbolizing the letter G in the International Code of Signals, flown by itself to request a pilot from a pilot service: a flag of three yellow and three blue vertical stripes. 2. the flag symbolizing the letter H in the International Code of Signals, flown by itself to indicate that […]
[pahy-luh t-hous] /ˈpaɪ lətˌhaʊs/ noun, plural pilothouses [pahy-luh t-hou-ziz] /ˈpaɪ lətˌhaʊ zɪz/ (Show IPA). Nautical. 1. an enclosed structure on the deck of a ship from which it can be navigated.
[pi-lot-ee] /pɪˈlɒt i/ noun 1. a column of iron, steel, or reinforced concrete supporting a building above an open ground level.
[pahy-luh-ting] /ˈpaɪ lə tɪŋ/ noun 1. the determination of the course or position of a ship or airplane by any of various navigational methods or devices. [pahy-luh t] /ˈpaɪ lət/ noun 1. a person duly qualified to steer ships into or out of a harbor or through certain difficult waters. 2. a person who steers […]