Reverse Dictionary: PIP – PK

PIPE (tube) – nouns
– AIR TUNNEL † a large pipe for ventilation …1805
– CALIDUCT a duct or pipe for the convenience of heat by means of steam, hot water, or air …1651
– CANEL † a pipe or tube ..c1420
– LEADER a pipe to conduct water …1875 Sc. & US
– OFFLET a channel or pipe for letting water off …1838
– SCOOT a gush or flow of water; the pipe or opening from which it flows …Bk1904 Sc.
– SINK a conduit, drain, or pipe for carrying away dirty water or sewage; an opening especially made for this purpose; a sewer …1499
pipe (tube) – nouns
– CANAL † a pipe used for conveying water or liquid …c1449
– QUILL † a small pipe or tube; a small water-pipe …c1433
– WATERDROP the pipe that takes the collected rain-water down to the ground or to a storage tank; a downspout …1970 Amer. dial.
PIPE (smoking) – adjectives 
– FUNKING † smoking a pipe, tobacco, etc. …1699
pipe (smoking) – nouns
– ALDERMAN a long (generally clay) pipe …c1800 Eng. sl.
– AMBEER the residue that gathers in the stem of a smoker’s pipe …1899 Amer. dial.
– BARNYARD PIPE a corncob pipe …1970 Amer. dial.
– BLAST a whiff of a pipe …Bk1911 Sc.
– BLAW a smoke; a whiff of a pipe …Bk1911 Sc.
– BLOST a whiff of a pipe …Bk1911 Sc.
– CHURCHWARDEN a very long clay pipe …Bk1890 sl.
– DOTTLE the plug of half-smoked tobacco in the bottom of a pipe after smoking …1815
– DOZZLE the unburnt tobacco left at the bottom of a pipe and placed on top of the next pipeful …1892 Eng. dial.
– DRAG an inhalation of a cigarette, pipe, or cigar …1904 US sl.
– GAGE a pipe; a pipeful of tobacco …1676 sl.
– GAGG a pipe, a pipeful of tobacco …M17 sl.
– GOLLEROY the dottle of a pipe …Bk1917 Amer. dial.
– GRAVY BOWL a tobacco pipe …1950 Amer. dial.
– GUM-BUCKET a smoker’s pipe …1893 naval sl.
– GUN a tobacco pipe …1708 sl.
– HAY-BURNER a smoking pipe …1921 Amer. dial.
– HOD a pipe …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– LAUGH a smoke; a cigarette; a cigar; a pipe or marijuana prepared for smoking …1880 UK rhyming sl. (Laugh and a Joke)
– LAUGH AND A JOKE a smoke; a cigarette; a cigar; a pipe or marijuana prepared for smoking …1880 UK rhyming sl.
– LONG CLAY a long clay pipe …c1860 Brit. colloq.
– MINI MOKE a cigar, cigarette, or pipe …1998 Brit. rhyming sl. for ‘smoke’
– NOSE WARMER a short pipe …L19 sl.
– OLD DOG the bowl of a tobacco pipe …c1885 UK prison sl.
– ORGAN a pipe (smoking) …L18 sl.
– RAKE-OUT a pipeful of tobacco …L19 sl.
– REEK a smoke; the act of smoking; a whiff of a pipe …1876 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– STRAW a long clay pipe; a churchwarden …Bk1904 sl.
– TOMMY TRIPE a tobacco pipe …20C rhyming sl.
– TOPPER a cigar stump or cigarette end; also, the remains of tobacco in a pipe bowl …1888 sl.
– YARD OF CLAY a long clay tobacco pipe …1842
– YARD OF TRIPE a pipe …M19 rhyming sl.
pipe (smoking) – verbs
– ARTICHOKE RIPE to smoke a pipe …c1855 rhyming sl.
– BLAW to smoke a pipe …Bk1911 Sc.
– BLOW A CLOUD to smoke a pipe …1819 sl.
– BLOW ONE’S REEK to smoke a pipe …1896 Sc.
– COCK ONE’S ORGAN to smoke a pipe …L18 sl.
– FUFF to puff a tobacco pipe …1787 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– FUNK to smoke a pipe …L17 sl.
– LIGHT UP to light a pipe, cigar, or cigarette …1861 colloq.
– PUT ON A SMOKE to light a pipe or cigarette …L19 sl.
– RAISE A CLOUD to smoke a pipe of tobacco …L17 sl.
PIQUANT – adjectives
– SALTY piquant, racy …1866
PIRACY – nouns
– SCUMMERFARE †* piracy …1358
PIRATE – adverbs
– PIRATOUSLY †* in a piratical manner, by piracy …1538
pirate – nouns 
– OLD ROGER the pirates’ flag, the Jolly Roger …18C sl.
– SALLEE-MAN † a Moorish pirate ship …1637
– SALLEE ROVER † a Moorish pirate ship …1686
pirate – person 
– ACKMAN a freshwater thief or pirate …Bk1921 sl.
– ACKPIRATE a freshwater thief or pirate …Bk1921 sl.
– ALGERINE one who acts like a pirate …1841 US
– BEACHCOMBER a pirate …Bk1922
– CAPER † a privateer; the captain of a privateer; a corsair …1657 obs. exc. hist.
– DAVY JONES’S NATURAL CHILDREN pirates; smugglers …19C nautical usage
– GALLIOT † a pirate …c1425
– LADRONE a highwayman, pirate, robber, thief (main usage in books on Spain or Spanish America) …1832
– LOTMAN a pirate …? L18 nautical sl.
– MAROONER a buccaneer, a pirate …1661
– MOSS-TROOPER a pirate …Bk1992 sl. 
– RAT †* a pirate …1623
– SCAUMER † a pirate, a plunderer; a cattle-lifter …1836 Sc.
PIT – nouns
– DALE † a hole in the ground; a hollow, a pit, a gulf …a800
– LAKE † a pit; a den of lions; also, occasionally, a grave …c1320
PITCH (throw) – verbs
– LAB to pitch, to throw from the hand, with a swing of the arm, in the manner a quoit is thrown …1818 Sc.
– TIPPLE to throw, to pitch …1887 Eng. dial.
PITCH – verbs
(pitch – a thick, black substance that was used in the past to make wooden ships and buildings waterproof)
– IMPICATE †* to cover with pitch …1623
PITCHER – nouns
– PARRICK a little jug; a small pitcher …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– BANGER a pitchfork with three prongs …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– EVIL a three-pronged dung-fork; a pitchfork …1848 Eng. dial.
– GRAIP a trident pitchfork …1930 Amer. dial. arch.
– TARRICROOK a bent pitchfork …1897 Sc.
PITEOUS – adjectives
– EXECRABLE † piteous, horrifying, shocking …1490
PITH – nouns
– UPSTANDING pith, substance, strength …1902 Sc.
PITIABLE – adjectives
– DOG-ASS wretched; inferior; pitiable …20C Amer. sl.
– DOG-ASSED wretched; inferior; pitiable …20C Amer. sl.
– ERNEFUL sad, lamentable, pitiable; sorrowful, melancholy …1691 Eng. dial.
– ERNFUL † sad, lamentable, pitiable; sorrowful, melancholy …1679 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– LUGUBRIOUS expressing or causing mourning; mournful, sorrowful, sad, dismal, pitiable …1601
– NACE pitiable, destitute, in great and abject want …1795 Sc.
– SAIRIE in a poor or sorry state, pitiable, woeful, incompetent, paltry …1721 Sc.
– SAIRY in a poor or sorry state, pitiable, woeful, incompetent, paltry …1721 Sc.
– SARRY in a poor or sorry state, pitiable, woeful, incompetent, paltry …1721 Sc.
pitiable – person
– OBJECT a person or thing that appears ridiculous or pitiable …E19 sl.
– PILGARLIC a pitiable person …16C Eng. dial.
– POOR HEART † a pitiable person …1599
– SACK a pitiable, downtrodden person …1956 US sl.
– SAD APPLE a pitiable person …1962 sl.
PITIED – adjectives
– IMMISERABLE †* not to be pitied …1623
– MISERATED pitied, commiserated …Bk1903 Eng. dial. 
PITIFUL – adjectives
– SAIR sorry, paltry, puny, pitiful …1825 Sc.
– SHAN pitiful, silly …E18 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– SIMPLE † poor, wretched, pitiful, dismal …a1300
pitiful – person 
– CHITTY-FACE † a term of reproach or contempt; a thin, pinched, or childish face; one who has a thin, pinched face; a puny child with a little face; a pitiful, wretched, sneaking fellow …1601 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– TAG-RAG * a pitiful, ragged fellow; a slovenly, lazy or dirty fellow; a mean person; a vagabond …1609
PITILESS – adjectives
– BAUCH weak, poor, pitiless; without stamina; indifferent …a1560 Sc.
– BAUGH weak, poor, pitiless; without stamina; indifferent …a1560 Sc.
– CREWELL  cruel, merciless, pitiless, hard-hearted …c1385 
– DESPITEOUS spiteful, malevolent, malicious, cruel;  passing gradually into the sense: pitiless, merciless …c1510
– DISPITEOUS cruel; spiteful; pitiless, merciless …1803 
– DOG-HEARTED cruel, unfeeling, pitiless, malicious …1608 
– HARD AS NAILS stern and unyielding; harsh; pitiless …1862
– HEART-BOUND † having the heart shut up or fast-closed to a person; pitiless, hard-hearted, mean, stingy …1616
– ILLACHRYMABLE †* incapable of weeping; pitiless, unmerciful …1623
– IMPITEOUS ruthless, pitiless …1877
– ORELESS † void of reverence, mercy or pity; merciless, cruel …a1000
– STONE-HEARTED * cruel, hard-hearted, pitiless, merciless, unfeeling …1569 
– TYRANNOUS unjustly severe or cruel, pitiless …1556 
– UNBOWELLED unaffectionate, pitiless …1592
– UNMERCIABLE † unmerciful; cruel, unkind, pitiless, merciless …a1382 
pitiless – person
– ABLACH a person of untidy habits and clumsy, ungainly demeanour; a pitiless person; a useless person …1788 Sc.
PITILESSLY – adverbs
– VENGEABLY vindictively; cruelly; pitilessly …1412-20 arch.
PITTANCE – nouns
– SCRIMPTION a very small piece; a miserable pittance …1867 Eng. & Amer. dial.
PITY – adjectives
– NESH † tender, mild, gentle, kind; inclined to pity, mercy, or other tender feelings …c897
pity – nouns 
– HARM † pity; a pity …c1430
– ORE † grace, favour, mercy, pity, clemency …a1000
– SIN a pity; a shame …c1300, now chiefly Sc.
pity – person
– IMMISERABLE † one whom nobody pities …B1900
– WALAWAY † an object of contempt or pity …1827 Sc.
pity – verbs 
– GAGGER to tell the tale, to move to pity …1932 UK sl.
– MEAN to pity, to condole with …1747 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– TAKE PITYSAKE ON to have mercy on, to take pity on …1952 Amer. dial.
– WALLY. to pity …1790 Eng. dial.
– WELLEY † to pity …1790 Eng. dial.
– YEARN to feel pity or compassion; to cause to feel pity …1785 Eng. dial.
pity – interjections
– ALAS-AT-EVER! † an exclamation of pity …1703 Eng. dial.
– AY-DI-ME! an exclamation of regret or pity …Bk1898 Sc.
– DELP! an exclamation used to express pity; God help! …B1900 Eng. dial.
– ECH! an exclamation expressive of pity, surprise, or disgust …1833 Sc.
PITYING – verbs
– BE A RIGHT OLD MISERY to be a depressing person; to act in a self-pitying manner …L19 sl.
PIZZA – nouns
– ALPO sausage topping for a pizza …1996 US sl.
– BONDAGE PIE a pizza with sausage and mushroom topping …1996 US sl.
– CARP anchovies as a pizza topping …1996 US sl.
– CIRCLE OF DEATH a bad pizza …20C teen & high school sl.
– MONA LISA a pizza …1980s rhyming sl.
– SHROOMERS mushrooms as a pizza topping …1996 US sl.
– TOMATO PIE pizza; a pizza …1942 Amer. dial.
– WHITE PIZZA a pizza that contains cheese but no tomato products …1972
– ZA pizza …1968 US sl.