a large heavily built dog of an ancient breed originally used to protect sheep from wild animals: it has a long thick white coat with a dense ruff Also called Great Pyrenees
[pir-uh-neez] /ˈpɪr əˌniz/ plural noun 1. a mountain range between Spain and France. Highest peak, Pic de Néthou, 11,165 feet (3400 meters). /ˌpɪrəˈniːz/ plural noun 1. a mountain range between France and Spain, extending from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean. Highest peak: Pico de Aneto, 3404 m (11 168 ft) 1550s, from French […]
[pee-rey-ney-zat-lahn-teek] /pi reɪˈneɪ zat lɑ̃ˈtik/ noun 1. a department in SW France. 2978 sq. mi. (7710 sq. km). Capital: Pau. /French pirenez-atlɑ̃tik/ noun 1. a department of SW France in Aquitaine region. Capital: Pau. Pop: 614 174 (2003 est). Area: 7712 sq km (3008 sq miles) Former name Basses-Pyrénées
[pee-rey-ney-zaw-ree-ahn-tal] /pi reɪˈneɪ zɔ ri ɑ̃ˈtal/ noun 1. a department in S France. 1600 sq. mi. (4145 sq. km). Capital: Perpignan. /French pirenezɔrjɑ̃tal/ noun 1. a department of S France, in Languedoc-Roussillon region. Capital: Perpignan. Pop: 411 447 (2003 est). Area: 4144 sq km (1616 sq miles)
[pahy-ree-nuh-kahrp] /paɪˈri nəˌkɑrp/ noun 1. Mycology. a perithecium. 2. Botany. a drupe.