[pik-nee-uh-spawr, -spohr] /ˈpɪk ni əˌspɔr, -ˌspoʊr/
the spore produced in a pycnium.
[pik-nee-uh m] /ˈpɪk ni əm/ noun, plural pycnia [pik-nee-uh] /ˈpɪk ni ə/ (Show IPA). Mycology. 1. a flask-shaped or conical sporangium of a rust fungus, which develops below the epidermis of the host and bears pycniospores.
1. a combining form meaning “dense,” “close,” “thick,” used in the formation of compound words: pycnometer. combining form 1. indicating thickness or density: pycnometer before vowels pycn-, word-forming element meaning “close, thick, dense,” from comb. form of Greek pyknos “thick, dense.” Sometimes via German as pykno-.
[pik-nom-i-ter] /pɪkˈnɒm ɪ tər/ noun 1. a container used for determining the density of a liquid or powder, having a specific volume and often provided with a thermometer to indicate the temperature of the contained substance. /pɪkˈnɒmɪtə/ noun 1. a small glass bottle of known volume for determining the relative density of liquids and solids […]
[pik-nuh-stahyl] /ˈpɪk nəˌstaɪl/ adjective, Architecture. 1. having an intercolumniation of 1½ diameters.
[pid-nuh] /ˈpɪd nə/ noun 1. a town in ancient Macedonia, W of the Gulf of Salonika: decisive Roman victory over the Macedonians 186 b.c. /ˈpɪdnə/ noun 1. a town in ancient Macedonia: site of a major Roman victory over the Macedonians, resulting in the downfall of their kingdom (168 bc)