any of several pines from which pitch or turpentine is obtained.
any of various coniferous trees of the genus Pinus, esp P. rigida, of North America, having red-brown bark and long lustrous light brown cones: valued as a source of turpentine and pitch
the wood of any of these trees
noun 1. a small flute or reed pipe producing one or more pitches when blown into, used chiefly for establishing the proper pitch in singing or in tuning a musical instrument. noun 1. a small pipe, esp one having a reed like a harmonica, that sounds a note or notes of standard frequency. It is […]
noun, Machinery. 1. See under . noun 1. (in a gear or rack) an imaginary surface forming a plane (pitch plane) a cylinder (pitch cylinder) or a cone or frustrum (pitch cone) that moves tangentially to a similar surface in a meshing gear so that both surfaces travel at the same speed.
[pich-pohl] /ˈpɪtʃˌpoʊl/ verb (used without object), pitchpoled, pitchpoling. 1. (of a boat) to capsize end over end, as in heavy surf.
[pich-pot] /ˈpɪtʃˌpɒt/ noun 1. a used by sailors for heating .