Meaning of PIP in English


I. noun see: pine Date: 15th century 1. a disorder of a bird marked by formation of a scale or crust on the tongue, the scale or crust of this disorder, 2. any of various human ailments, a feeling of irritation or annoyance, II. verb (~ped; ~ping) Etymology: imitative Date: 1598 intransitive verb peep I,1, to break through the shell of the egg , transitive verb to break open (the shell of an egg) in hatching, III. noun Etymology: origin unknown Date: 1604 1. one of the dots used on dice and dominoes to indicate numerical value, spot 2c, 2. spot , speck , spike I,6a, an individual rootstock of the lily of the valley, a diamond-shaped insignia of rank worn by a second lieutenant, lieutenant, or captain in the British army, IV. noun Etymology: short for ~pin Date: 1797 a small fruit seed, one extraordinary of its kind, V. transitive verb (~ped; ~ping) Etymology: probably from ~ to blackball, from 3~ or 4~ Date: 1880 to beat by a narrow margin, VI. noun Etymology: imitative Date: 1907 a short high-pitched tone

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