noun Southwestern U.S. (chiefly Texas ).
Origin of pilon
Examples from the Web for pilon
A shove sent the boat adrift, and the oarsman plied it rapidly toward the Pilon.Dumas' Paris|Francis Miltoun
Pilon is the psychologist who has the most forcibly demonstrated that resemblance acts before being perceived.The Mind and the Brain|Alfred Binet
An urchin who was looking on offered to go and find Pre Pilon.Sentimental Education Vol 1|Gustave Flaubert
Word Origin and History for pilon
1892, from Mexican Spanish, from Spanish pilón "sugar loaf."