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Definition of the noun Pilla

What does Pilla mean as a name of something?

Pilla is a genus of Tvaerenellidae, described by Schallreuter & Siveter in 1988.


  1. Pilla is a fictional character from the 2010 film The Hunt.
  2. Pilla is a fictional character from the 1984 film Panchavadi Palam.
  3. Pilla is a fictional film character.

There are other characters with in their name, like Pilla Zamindar.

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Google previewDanger Calling (2010)

True Adventures of Risk and Faith by Peb Jackson, James Lund

Pilla, you cover the right!” Sergeant Dominick Pilla is a large kid from New Jersey, known in the Ranger squadron for practical ...

Google previewInstant Encyclopaedia of Geography (1993)

by Shatrughna Prasad Sinha

The timaliid Lioptilus nigrica- pilla is a member of a genus that occurs elsewhere in the Afrotropical region, but it is not known to have any especially close affinities with its congeners. Bradypterus barratti is rto longer considered conspecific ...

Google previewKritisch-etymologisches Wörterbuch der magyarischen Sprache, etc. (Magyaricae linguae lexicon critico-etymologicum, etc.). (1833)


Pislantani, vide pilla.

Google previewA dictionary, Hindoostanee and English (1808)

Originally compiled for his own private use, by Capt. Joseph Taylor. Revised and prepared for the press, with the assistance of learned natives in the College of Fort William, by W. Hunter, M.D. by Joseph Taylor (Major.)

pilla, n. S. m. A pup, a whelp, cub. !, go huramee pilla, A baslard. H. !, pulla, n. s. m. 1 Space, distance. 2 Assistance. 3 A border of cloths. l * * 4 A sheet, ( generally applied to chintz or shawl.) 5A bag. 6 Labium vulva, 7 One shutter of a door ...

Google previewA New Universal Gazetteer, Or, Geographical Dictionary (1821)

Containing a Description of the Various Countries, Provinces, Cities, Towns Seas, Lakes, Rivers, Mountains, Capes, &c. in the Known World : with an Appendix, Containing an Account of the Monies, Weights, and Measures of Various Countries with Tables Illustrating the Population, Commerce, and Resources of the United States : Accompanied with an Atlas by Jedidiah Morse, Richard Cary Morse

Pilla Major, t. Spain, in Galicia, on the coast of the Atlantic, 27 m. S. W. St. Jago. Pilla Moca d'Asti, t. in the kingdom of Sardinia, so called, because it was built by the inhabitants of Asti, from the ruins of some neighbouring villages; and when ...

Google previewDarby's Edition of Brooke's Universal Gazetteer, Or, A New Geographical Dictionary (1828)

Containing a Description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, Provinces, Cities, Towns, Forts, Seas, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Capes, &c. in the Known World ... to which are Added, the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitutions of the Respective States : Illustrated by a Neat Coloured Map of the United States by Richard Brookes

Pilla Flor, town of Portugal, in Tra los Montes, 28 miles S by W of Braganza. Piła Franca, seaport of the county of Nice, with a castle and fort. The harbour 3 capacious, and the mountains which en:lose it extend into the sea like promonto* ies.

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Indian Literature (1988)

by Amaresh Datta

PILLA,. R.-ISHWAR. CHANDER. ISIBHASIAIM-ISMAIL MOHAMMED MEERUTHI. karika (about 200 A. D.) is the oldest text available now, all other works namely of Kapila, Asuri and Panchashika on the system having been lost. It is considered ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)

Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (lexicographer.)

(pilla', to strip, Fr.) Plunder; spoil; the act of plundering; in Architecture, a square pillar behind a column to bear up the money or goods by open violence. PrLuonn , pil'njc-ur, a. A plunderer; an open robbe r. PILLAR, pil'lur, r. ( pila, a pile, Lat.) ...

Google previewA New and Complete Dictionary of Arts and Sciences (1764)

Comprehending All the Branches of Useful Knowledge, with Accurate Descriptions as Well of the Various Machines, Instruments, Tools, Figures, and Schemes Necessary for Illustrating Them, as of the Classes, Kinds, Preparations, and Uses of Natural Productions, Whether Animals, Vegetables, Minerals, Fossils, Or Fluids; Together with the Kingdoms, Provinces, Cities, Towns, and Other Remarkable Places Throughout the World

pilla. rope out of a block, is called unrefwing. RE-EXCHANGE, in commerce, a second payment of the price of exchange, or rather the price of a new exchange due upon a bill of exchange that comes to be protested and to be refunded the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Healthcare Information Systems (2008)

by Wickramasinghe, Nilmini

Pilla (2002) describes how low-intensity electromagnetic and mechanical modulations of bone growth and repair are equivalent. To explain that, there is a timevarying electric field, E(t), associated with both types ofstimuli, which serves as ...

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Scrabble value of P3I1L1L1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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