[pi-key, -ket] /pɪˈkeɪ, -ˈkɛt/
a card game played by two persons with a pack of 32 cards, the cards from deuces to sixes being excluded.
a card game for two people playing with a reduced pack and scoring points for card combinations and tricks won
card game, 1640s, from French piquet, picquet (16c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps a diminutive of pic “pick, pickaxe, pique,” from phrase faire pic, a term said to be used in the game.
/Spanish piˈkiʎo/ noun (pl) -quillos 1. a variety of sweet red pepper grown in the Ebro River Valley in N Spain
[peer] /pɪər/ noun, Islam. 1. a term of respect for the head of a religious group, especially in Pakistan and various areas of the Middle and Near East. 2. a religious instructor, especially in mystical sects. /pir/ noun 1. a title given to Sufi masters
[pee-rah-si-kah-bah] /ˌpi rɑ sɪˈkɑ bɑ/ noun 1. a city in SE Brazil, NW of São Paulo.
[pi-rah-gwuh, -rag-wuh] /pɪˈrɑ gwə, -ˈræg wə/ noun 1. Also, pirogue. a canoe made by hollowing out a tree trunk. 2. a flat-bottomed sailing vessel having two masts. /pɪˈrɑːɡwə; -ˈræɡ-/ noun 1. another word for pirogue