Of the above-mentioned shell-fish, those deserving more particular notice are the large muscle, the oyster, and the pico.
Giovanni said naught of this to pico when he returned a little later.
At Tape on November 23 pico found 16 live horses and mules recently killed together with "mucha carne enterciada."
She prophesied two years ago that pico would die in the time of lilies.
A visit from the young pico della Mirandola cheered his last hours.
And he came with you in this galera yesterday as far as pico's estancia?
pico and Politian would doubtless be very good company; but not equal to Valdés and Ochino.
This was a strictly Dionysian thought and one shared also by pico.
word-forming element used in making names for very small unites of measure, 1915 (formally adopted c.1952 as a scientific prefix meaning "one trillionth"), from Spanish pico "a little over, a small balance," literally "sharp point, beak," of Celtic origin (cf. Gaulish beccus "beak").
One-trillionth (10-12): picogram.
Very small: picornavirus.