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pi·ñon / ˈpinyən; ˌpinˈyōn/ (also pinyon or piñon pine) • n. a small pine tree (Pinus cemebroides) with edible seeds, native to Mexico and the southwestern US. ∎  (also piñon nut) a pine nut obtained from this tree.

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Pinon

Pinon (pī´nŏn), in the Bible, one of the dukes of Edom.

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piñon

piñon: see pine nut.

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piñon

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