pimelopterygium pim·e·lo·pter·y·gi·um (pĭm’ə-lō-tə-rĭj’ē-əm)
A pterygium containing fat.
[pi-men-toh] /pɪˈmɛn toʊ/ noun, plural pimentos. 1. . 2. . 3. Also called Chinese vermilion, Harrison red, signal red. a vivid red color. /pɪˈmɛntəʊ/ noun (pl) -tos 1. another name for allspice, pimiento n. 1680s, pimiento (modern form from 1718), from Spanish pimiento “green or red pepper,” also pimienta “black pepper,” from Late Latin pigmenta, […]
noun 1. a processed cheese made from Neufchâtel, cream cheese, Cheddar, or other cheese, flavored with chopped pimientos.
- Pimento loaf
noun a type of bologna luncheon meat containing chopped pimento peppers and sometimes pickles; also spelled pimiento loaf , also called [pickle and pimiento loaf] Examples I love pickle pimento loaf on white bread with mayonnaise. Usage Note cooking
noun, Physics. 1. . noun 1. another name for pion pi meson See pion.
[pi-myen-toh, -men-] /pɪˈmyɛn toʊ, -ˈmɛn-/ noun, plural pimientos. 1. the ripe, red, mild-flavored fruit of the sweet or bell pepper, Capsicum annuum, used as a vegetable, relish, to stuff olives, etc. 2. the plant itself. /pɪˈmjɛntəʊ; -ˈmɛn-/ noun (pl) -tos 1. a Spanish pepper, Capsicum annuum, with a red fruit used raw in salads, cooked […]