(Sea" perch`) (Zoöl.) (a) The European bass (Roccus, or Labrax, lupus); called also sea
dace. (b) The cunner. (c) The sea bass. (d) The name is applied also to other species of fishes.
(Sea" pheas"ant) (Zoöl.) The pintail duck.
(Sea" pie`) (Zoöl.) The oyster catcher, a limicoline bird of the genus Hæmatopus.
(Sea" pie`). A dish of crust or pastry and meat or fish, etc., cooked together in alternate layers,
a common food of sailors; as, a three-decker sea pie.
(Sea"piece`) n. A picture representing a scene at sea; a marine picture. Addison.
(Sea" pi"et) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.
(Sea" pig`) (Zoöl.) (a) A porpoise or dolphin. (b) A dugong.
(Sea" pi"geon) The common guillemot.
(Sea" pike`) (Zoöl.) (a) The garfish. (b) A large serranoid food fish (Centropomus undecimalis)
found on both coasts of America; called also robalo. (c) The merluce.
(Sea" pin`cush`ion) (Zoöl.) (a) A sea purse. (b) A pentagonal starfish.
(Sea" pink`) (Bot.) See Thrift.
(Sea" plov"er) The black-bellied plover.
(Sea" poach"er) Sea" pok"er (Zoöl.) The lyrie.
(Sea" pool`) A pool of salt water. Spenser.
(Sea" pop"py) (Bot.) The horn poppy. See under Horn.
(Sea" por"cu*pine) (Zoöl.) Any fish of the genus Diodon, and allied genera, whose body
is covered with spines. See Illust. under Diodon.
(Sea" pork`) (Zoöl.) An American compound ascidian (Amorcium stellatum) which forms large
whitish masses resembling salt pork.
(Sea" port`) n. A port on the seashore, or one accessible for seagoing vessels. Also used
adjectively; as, a seaport town.
(Sea"poy) n. See Sepoy.
(Sea" pud"ding) (Zoöl.) Any large holothurian. [Prov. Eng.]
(Sea" purse`) (Zoöl.) The horny egg case of a skate, and of certain sharks.
(Sea" purs"lane) (Bot.) See under Purslane.
(Sea" pye`) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.
(Sea" py"ot) (Zoöl.) See 1st Sea pie.
(Sea" quail`) (Zoöl.) The turnstone.
(Sea"quake`) n. A quaking of the sea.