noun Etymology: Hopi píki Date: circa 1889 bread made especially from blue cornmeal and baked in thin sheets by the Indians of the southwestern United States

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  • Piki — (or piki bread) is a thin dry rolled bread made by the Hopi out of corn meal, obtaining its dark grayish blue color and unique flavor due to the use of blue corn and culinary ash. The light, thin sheets are dry to the point of brittleness, melt… …   Wikipedia

  • Piki — Piki, neugriech. Bezeichnung für Meter. Neben dieser »königlichen P.« werden noch ältere gebraucht: so die große P. für Ellenwaren außer Seide = 66,9 cm, die von Patrás für Leinen und Wollwaren = 68,57 und für Seidenwaren = 63,49 cm …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Piki — Piki, neugriech. Name des Meters …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • piki — noun Piki, or piki bread, is a paper thin, dry, rolled bread made by the Hopi with nixtamalized blue corn meal …   Wiktionary

  • Piki — indischer Name, Bedeutung: Kuckuck …   Deutsch namen

  • piki — n. thin bread made from blue cornmeal (made by the Native Americans of the southwest U.S.A) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • piki — pi·ki …   English syllables

  • piki — ˈpēkē noun ( s) Etymology: Hopi : maize bread baked in thin sheets by the Indians of the southwestern United States …   Useful english dictionary

  • Piki \x26 Poko — Piki Poko Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Piki and Poko: Adventures in Starland es una animación en Flash creada por Mondo Mini Shows hecha por Mark Ewent y David Cutler. Un episodio de Piki y Poko titulado Taking The Dare! también apareció en la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Piki & Poko — Piki And Poko: Adventures in Starland is a Flash cartoon by Mark Ewert and David Cutler for Mondo Mini Shows.An episode of Piki and Poko entitled Taking The Dare! also appeared on Season 6 of the Emmy Award winning PBS series, Independent Lens .… …   Wikipedia

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