[pi-sid-ee-uh, pahy-] /pɪˈsɪd i ə, paɪ-/
an ancient country in S Asia Minor: later a Roman province.
a district in Asia Minor, to the north of Pamphylia. The Taurus range of mountains extends through it. Antioch, one of its chief cities, was twice visited by Paul (Acts 13:14; 14:21-24).
[pi-sid-ee-uh n, pahy-] /pɪˈsɪd i ən, paɪ-/ noun 1. the extinct language of , not known to be related to any other language, written in a script derived from the Greek alphabet.
[pahy-suh-fawrm] /ˈpaɪ səˌfɔrm/ adjective 1. having the shape of a ; pea-shaped. /ˈpɪsɪˌfɔːm/ adjective 1. (zoology, botany) resembling a pea noun 2. a small pealike bone on the ulnar side of the carpus pisiform pi·si·form (pī’sə-fôrm’) adj. Resembling a pea in size or shape. n. Pisiform bone.
- Pisiform bone
pisiform bone n. A small bone in the proximal row of the wrist, lying on the anterior surface of the triquetrum bone, with which alone it articulates.
[pahy-suh-strat-i-dee, pis-uh-] /ˌpaɪ səˈstræt ɪˌdi, ˌpɪs ə-/ plural noun 1. Hippias and Hipparchus, the sons of Pisistratus.
[pahy-sis-truh-tuh s, pi-] /paɪˈsɪs trə təs, pɪ-/ noun 1. c605–527 b.c, tyrant of Athens 560–527 (father of Hipparchus and Hippias). /paɪˈsɪstrətəs/ noun 1. ?600–527 bc, tyrant of Athens: he established himself in firm control of the city following his defeat of his aristocratic rivals at Pallene (546)