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  • pillar


    gnomon, gnomonics - A gnomon is the pillar or rod that casts a shadow on a sundial; gnomonics is the art or science of dialing or of constructing dials to show the hour of the day by the shadow of a gnomon. More...

    pilaster - First referred to a square or rectangular column or pillar. More...

    pillar - From Latin pila, "pillar," the source of compile, pilaster, and pile. More...

    column - Its underlying notion is of "height, command, extremity," and it comes from Latin columna, "pillar," which probably came from columen/culmen, "top, summit." More...

  • melting


    fondue - Comes from French fondre, "to melt." More...

    relent, resolve - Relent and resolve originally meant "melt, dissolve" in literal (under the influence of heat) and figurative senses. More...

    eliquate - To melt or liquefy. More...

    clarify - To make clear by removing impurities or solid matter, as by heating gently; to purify butter by melting. More...

  • pie


    chiffon - First a fabric, then a type of pie. More...

    egg wash - Egg and milk or water brushed on bread, pie, etc. before baking is called egg wash. More...

    pizza - Literally "pie" in Italian, making "pizza pie" redundant. It’s plural is pizza. More...

    lid - The top crust of a pie. More...