Definition of Pinas
1. pina [n] - See also: pina
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinas
Literary usage of Pinas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies by Antonio de Alcedo, George Alexander Thompson (1814)
"pinas, another settlement, in the province and corregimiento of Tunja in the ... pinas, a port on the coast of the province and government of Darien and ..."
2. A General Dictionary of Painters: Containing Memoirs of the Lives and Works by Matthew Pilkington (1829)
"pinas (JACQUES). He was the brother of John pinas, and was born at Haerlem in 1599. As he had not the opportunity of improving himself by visiting Italy, ..."
3. South America Pilot: Including Magellan Strait, the Falkland and Galapagos by Great Britain Hydrographic Office (1860)
"From this hay to Point pinas, a distance of 32 miles, the coast is high, rugged, ... there is also a beach directly south of Point pinas. f pinas BAT, ..."
4. History of the Buccaneers of America by James Burney (1891)
"... which Dampier supposed to be Port de pinas, they found a stream of good water which ran into the sea ; but the harbour was open to the south-west, ..."
5. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"... from pinas lambertiana, a'tree growing in Australia and California. All these bodies are crystalline, and sweet to the taste. ..."
6. Technological Dictionary: English-Spanish and Spanish-English of Words and by Néstor Ponce de León (1920)
"pina de rueda, (en Cuba) camón — ungir, taladro para pinas. ... rounding machine, máquina de arquear pinas. — machine, máquina de hacer pinas. bearing of a— ..."