Definition of Pikis

1. piki [n] - See also: piki



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pikis

pikeminnow
pikeminnows
pikeperch
pikeperches
piker
pikers
pikes
pikestaff
pikestaffs
pikestaves
piketail
pikey
pikeys
piki
piking
pikis (current term)
pikkie
pikrolite
pikul
pikuls
pila
pilaf
pilaff
pilaffs
pilafs
pilar
pilar cyst
pilar tumour of scalp
pilary
pilaster

Literary usage of Pikis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Tate's Modern Cambist: A Manual of Foreign Exchanges and Bullion, with the by William Tate, Harry Tucker Easton (1908)
"The Royal stadion is = 1000 pikis, the Greek mile — 10000 pikis or 10 kilometres. The Royal piki is officially fixed as equal to ..."

2. Edinburgh Records: The Burgh Accounts by Edinburgh (Scotland). (1899)
"... price of the 1555-56. stane xij" ; summa, . . . . . . . ix" Item, maid foure new pikis weyand iij stane vj pund, price of the stane xij" ; summa, ..."

3. Accounts of the lord high treasurer of Scotland by Thomas Dickson, Scotland Treasury (1901)
"Item, to ane man that brocht pikis to the King fra ... brocht pikis to the King, ...... iij s. Item, to ane man of My Lord of ..."

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