/ paɪ /
Množina reči pie je pies.
PIE · Proto-Indo European
1. A meat dish baked with biscuit or pastry crust — compare potpie.
2. A dessert consisting of a filling (as of fruit or custard) in a pastry shell or topped with pastry or both.
3. Dish baked in pastry-lined pan often with a pastry top.
/ tɑːrt /
Množina reči tart je tarts.
bawd · cocotte · cyprian · fancy woman · harlot · lady of pleasure · prostitute · sporting lady · whore · woman of the street · working girl
ETYM Old Eng. tarte, French tarte; perhaps originally the same word as tourte, Late Lat. torta, from Latin tortus, p. p. of torquere to twist, bend, wind, because tarts were originally made of a twisted shape. Related to Torture.
Small open pie.
A dish baked in a pastry shell; pie: as; a small pie or pastry shell without a top containing jelly, custard, or fruit; a small pie made of pastry folded over a filling.