A baked food made up of a pastry layer full of fruit, meat, cheese, or any other components, and often covered with a pastry crust.
A layer dessert having lotion, custard, or jelly completing.
A whole that can be shared: "That would . . . enlarge the economic pie by making the most productive use of every investment dollar” ( New York Times).
A monetary product previously used in Asia and Pakistan.
An almanac of services found in the English chapel before the Reformation.
Printing Variant of pi2.
a kind of pastry that contains an outer crust and a filling.
Extended to other, non-pastry dishes that maintain the basic notion of a shell with a filling.
the entire of quite a lot or resource, becoming divided in parts.
A disorderly mess of spilt kind.
An especially defectively bowled basketball.
a gluttonous person.
The smallest device of currency in South Asia, equivalent to 1/192 of a rupee or 1/12 of an anna.
articles of meals composed of paste baked with one thing in it or under it
See Camp, n., 5.
virtually any species of the genus Pica, and of several allied genera.
The service guide.
Type confusedly mixed. See Pi.
A dish composed of a thin level of pastry filled with a preparation of animal meat, fish, fowl, fruit, or vegetables, experienced, typically covered with a thicker layer of pastry, and cooked: since, beefsteak pie; oyster pie; chicken pie; pumpkin pie; custard pie.
Pies are often made minus the underneath thin layer of pastry. See pudding, tart, and return.
A mound or gap for keeping potatoes.
thus Some comparable or relevant bird; any pied bird: with a qualifying term: since, the smoky cake, Psilorhinus morio; the wandering cake of Asia, Temnurus (or Dendrocitta) vagabundus; the river-pie, or dipper, Cinclus aquaticus; the long-tailed pie, or titmouse, Acredula rosea; the murdering pie, or great gray shrike, Lanius excubitor; the sea-pie, or oyster-catcher; the Seoulton pewit or cake (see under pewit); etc.
Figuratively, a prating gossip or tattler.
just like ordinal, 2 .
An index; a register; a list: as, a pie of sheriffs into the reign of Henry VIII
The smallest Anglo-Indian copper money, add up to one-third of a pice, or one twelfth of an anna —about 1 / 4 of a United States cent.
Formerly, a coin equal to one-fourth of an anna.
A Spanish and Spanish-American unit of length, the foot, equal to from 10.97 to 11.13 inches in Spain, and to 11.37 inches in Argentina.
In Italy, a measure of size, the base, equal, at Lucca, to 11.94 ins.
meal baked in pastry-lined cooking pan frequently with a pastry top
a prehistoric unrecorded language that has been the ancestor of Indo-European languages