noun, plural pi·lies.
- pilgrim fathers,
- pilgrim's progress,
- pilgrimage of grace,
- pili torti,
Origin of pili1
noun, plural pi·li [pahy-lahy] /ˈpaɪ laɪ/. Biology.
Origin of pilus
Origin of pili-
Examples from the Web for pili
The pili grass (Heteropogon contortus) is also noxious, for its awns get badly entangled in the wool of sheep.
To commemorate his safe landing he at once planted on the rock the pili grass he had brought with him.Legends of Wailuku|Charlotte Hapai
When Pili was old and dying he called his children together and appointed them their places and employments.
Tua was so named from the back of a turtle which Pili caught at that time, and Ana from the cave in which it was taken.
Chocolate is often adulterated with roasted rice and Pili nuts.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman