piedra pi·e·dra (pē-ā'drə)
A fungal disease of the hair marked by small black or white nodular masses.
The pass of the piedra Parada is 16,008 feet above the sea, and is always covered with snow.
They then demanded the money and were told that they must bring him a certain stone (piedra de espiritu).
Specimens from three miles south and 16 miles west of piedra were found in a crevice inside a cave.
It stimulates the Spanish Government to send out an expedition under piedra in 1778, to form settlements upon the coast.
piedra succeeds Viedma, attacks the Pampa Tribes, and is defeated.
Palabra de boca, piedra de honda—A word from the mouth is as a stone from a sling.
When within a hundred yards of piedra Creek a man rode out of the timber directly toward them.