[ pich ]
/ pɪtʃ /


a West Indian shrub or small tree, Calliandra portoricensis, of the legume family, having numerous leaflets and white, night-blooming, flowers.

Origin of pich

From American Spanish
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Examples from the Web for pich

  • The top of the head looked so wild, and so penetrated with pich that it resembled the rind of an old oak tree.

    Extinct Monsters|H. N. Hutchinson