Dear Miss Mally—I hav a cro to PIK with you conserning yoor comishon aboot the partickels for your friends.
Enny one wishing tew adopt male or female children, kan hav their PIK out ov 16 bi calling on Mrs. Patrik McFergurson.
One watermellon during yure life is enuff to PIK out in this way.
Picard, PIK′rd, n. a high shoe for men, introduced from France about 1720.
Polycarpic, pol-i-kar′PIK, adj. fruiting many times or year after year.
He sleeps standing like a gide board, and sumtimes tips over in hiz dreams, and then hiz bill enters the ground like a PIK ax.
Piccaninny, Pickaninny, PIK′a-nin-i, n. a little child: an African or negro child.
Pickerel, PIK′e-rel, n. an American PIKe: a wading bird, the dunlin.