from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The edible saltwater clam Plebidonax deltoides, endemic to Australia.
- n. The edible saltwater clam Paphies australis, of the family Mesodesmatidae, endemic to New Zealand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The astringent pods of Cæsalpinia Pipai, a Brazilian plant, sometimes imported along with divi-divi for tanning, though very inferior.
- n. A Maori name of Mesodesma novæ-zelandicæ, an edible shell-fish sometimes erroneously called the cockle.
After poultry, pork is the most popular meat to serve in pipián sauces, and goes particularly well with green pipián, where the fresh green chiles and herbs counterbalance the richness of pork.
For her grandaughter Luz Dolores '15th birthday fete some months before, a dozen chickens raised by the family were slaughtered and stewed in pipián sauce, to be served to party-goers along with massive quantities of rice and refried beans.
But he calls it shouts "pipi", which is the non-scientific Spanish word for "penis".
The beach is composed entirely of the shells of "pipi" (small cockles); always, therefore, dry and pleasant to walk upon.
Just tap the shell to cycle through the four modes: 1) walk and run mode where it will waddle for you; 2) Sing mode where it sings a song; 3) Race mode where it will run as fast as it can signalled by the "pipi" of a whistle) and 4) Rhythm mode where it will walk in a rhythm you create through the tapping of its shell.
The soil is very dry, and the beach composed exclusively of small "pipi" shells ” small bivalves.
Jeremy from Kenya looks cute, and Itai from Zimbabwe looks like he has a huge pipi … Cant wait for shower hour.
No es lo mismo el rio Mississipi que me hice pipi en el rio. sergiogomez
There you can eat pork-rind soup laced with avocado or shrimp enchiladas in green pipi
"Fais un petit pipi dans le petit pot, mon petitcoco."
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