[pir-uh n-del-oh; Italian pee-rahn-del-law] /ˌpɪr ənˈdɛl oʊ; Italian ˌpi rɑnˈdɛl lɔ/
[loo-ee-jee] /luˈi dʒi/ (Show IPA), 1867–1936, Italian dramatist, novelist, and poet: Nobel prize 1934.
Luigi (luˈiːdʒi). 1867–1936, Italian short-story writer, novelist, and dramatist. His plays include Right you are (If you think so) (1917), Six Characters in Search of an Author (1921), and Henry IV (1922): Nobel prize for literature 1934
[pi-rahn-yuh, -ran- or, often, -rah-nuh, -ran-uh] /pɪˈrɑn yə, -ˈræn- or, often, -ˈrɑ nə, -ˈræn ə/ noun, plural piranhas (especially collectively) piranha. 1. any of several small South American freshwater fishes of the genus Serrasalmus that eat other fish and sometimes plants but occasionally also attack humans and other large animals that enter the water. /pɪˈrɑːnjə/ […]
[pee-rah-ne-zee] /ˌpi rɑˈnɛ zi/ noun 1. Giambattista [jahm-baht-tees-tah] /ˌdʒɑm bɑtˈtis tɑ/ (Show IPA), or Giovanni Battista [jaw-vahn-nee baht-tees-tah] /dʒɔˈvɑn ni bɑtˈtis tɑ/ (Show IPA), 1720–78, Italian architect and engraver. /Italian piraˈneːsi/ noun 1. Giambattista (dʒambatˈtista). 1720–78, Italian etcher and architect: etchings include Imaginary Prisons and Views of Rome
[pee-rah-paw-rah] /ˌpi rɑˈpɔ rɑ/ noun 1. a city in E Brazil.
[pi-rahr-uh-koo] /pɪˈrɑr əˌku/ noun 1. the arapaima.