Pike


Pike

Pike may refer to:

Fish

*Pike (fish) or Esox
*Blue pike or blue walleye, an extinct freshwater fish
*Mackerel pike or Pacific saury, a fish popular in east Asian cuisine
*Northern pike, known as the "pike" in Britain

Places

In Britain:
*Clougha Pike, a hill in Lancashire, England
*Cold Pike, a fell in the Lake District, England
*Dollywaggon Pike, a fell in the Lake District, England
*Esk Pike, a fell in the Lake District, England
*Nethermost Pike, a fell in the Lake District, England
*Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England

In Canada:
*Pike Island (Nunavut)

In America:
*Pike, Indiana
*Pike, New Hampshire
*Pike (town), New York
*Pike (village), New York
*Pike Bay Township, Minnesota
*Pike Creek, Delaware
*Pike Creek Township, Minnesota
*Pike Island, Minnesota
*Pike National Forest, Colorado
*Pike Place Market, Seattle, Washington
*Pepper Pike, Ohio
*The Pike, an amusement park in California
*Pike County (disambiguation)
*Pike Township (disambiguation)

Military

*Pike expedition, an American exploration of the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains
*Pike Square, a Swiss military tactic
*Pike (weapon), a long thrusting pole weapon used by infantry
*USS "Pike" (SS-6), an American Plunger-class submarine
*USS "Pike" (SS-173), the first all-welded submarine

ports and entertainment

*Pike, a variant of the Kick (breakdance move)
*Pike, a type of cheerleading jump
*Pike, a position used on competitive diving
*The Northern Pikes, Canadian rock band

Other uses

*Pike (surname)
*Pike (cipher), stream cipher invented by Ross Anderson
*Red Pike, British government cipher
*Pikes on Cliffs, a small rural house in Estaca de Bares, Spain
*Pike, a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity
*Pike (programming language)

ee also

*Pikes Peak (disambiguation)
*Piker (disambiguation)
*Pyke (disambiguation)


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  • pike — [ paık ] noun count 1. ) a fish that lives in rivers and lakes and eats other fish 2. ) a weapon used in the past, consisting of a long pole with a blade at one end come down the pike AMERICAN to happen or start to happen: This is the lightest,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Pike — Sf Spieß, Lanze erw. obs. (14. Jh.) Entlehnung. Wie Pik entlehnt aus frz. pique gleicher Bedeutung. Im Deutschen fest geworden in der Wendung von der Pike auf von Anfang an (schon seit dem 17. Jh.). Gemeint ist: vom einfachen Kriegsdienst an alle …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache