[pip-uh-strel, pip-uh-strel] /ˌpɪp əˈstrɛl, ˈpɪp əˌstrɛl/
any of numerous insectivorous bats of the genus Pipistrellus, especially P. pipistrellus of Europe and Asia.
any of numerous small brownish insectivorous bats of the genus Pipistrellus, occurring in most parts of the world: family Vespertilionidae
[pip-it] /ˈpɪp ɪt/ noun 1. any of several small songbirds of the genus Anthus, of the family Motacillidae, resembling the larks in coloration, structure, and habits. /ˈpɪpɪt/ noun 1. any of various songbirds of the genus Anthus and related genera, having brownish speckled plumage and a long tail: family Motacillidae Also called titlark
/ˈpiːpiːˌfæræuːˌrɔːə/ noun 1. (NZ) a Pacific migratory bird with a metallic green-gold plumage Also called shining cuckoo
[pip-kin] /ˈpɪp kɪn/ noun 1. a small, earthen pot. 2. British Dialect. a piggin. /ˈpɪpkɪn/ noun 1. a small metal or earthenware vessel 2. another name for piggin
[pip-uh; Italian peep-pah] /ˈpɪp ə; Italian ˈpip pɑ/ noun 1. a female given name, Italian form of .
[pip] /pɪp/ verb (used without object), pipped, pipping. 1. to peep or chirp. 2. (of a young bird) to break out from the shell. verb (used with object), pipped, pipping. 3. to crack or chip a hole through (the shell), as a young bird. [pip] /pɪp/ verb (used with object), pipped, pipping. British Slang. 1. […]