Babylonian, the current, broad-flowing, one of the "four heads" into which the river which watered the garden of Eden was divided (Gen. 2:11). Some identify it with the modern Phasis, others with the Halys, others the Jorak or Acampis, others the Jaab, the Indus, the Ganges, etc.
The Scripture says that the pison compasses the land of Havilah.
An' he kisses her, an' cries over her, and then he teks the pison, and dies.
Pisum sativum was cultivated by the Greeks in the time of Theophrastus.1652 They called it pisos, or pison.
She's taken enough physic now to pison a four-year-old gander.
Near that isle of Mistorak, upon the left side, nigh to the river of pison, is a marvellous thing.
James of Vitry supposed pison to come out of the terrestrial paradise.
“Kept the pison from running right through him, mate,” growled Buck, with a look of sympathy at the injured lad.
There is, indeed, no direct evidence to show that this branch bore a name resembling pison.
You're a friend o' Joe Clark's, and for all I know he may ha' paid you to pison it.
Just pick his we'pins out of his girdle, and mind that pison hatchet pipe, the least scratch means death!