[ pee-nyah; English peen-yuh ]

noun,plural pi·ñas [pee-nyahs; English peen-yuhz]. /ˈpi nyɑs; English ˈpin yəz/. Spanish.

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How to use piña in a sentence

  • The dam of brush and uncemented smooth brown stones, stretching across the Pinas, was gradually rising.

    The Iron Furrow | George C. Shedd
  • When the small interval still undug was moved, the ditch would be finished from river to ranch, from the Pinas down to Perro.

    The Iron Furrow | George C. Shedd
  • Go down and ask mamma to send me one of my school pinas, for Miss Brangwen—shall you?

    The Rainbow | D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
  • Pine bark, from Pinas abies, is one of the staple materials of the Continent.

    Animal Proteins | Hugh Garner Bennett
  • Pinas River, Perro Creek, and the tract to be watered were thus united.

    The Iron Furrow | George C. Shedd