pillars (plural noun)
  1. a tall vertical structure of stone, wood, or metal, used as a support for a building, or as an ornament or monument.
    column · post · pole · support · upright · vertical · baluster · pier · pile · piling · pilaster · stanchion · standard · prop · buttress · rod · shaft · leg · mast · tower · pylon ·
Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French piler, based on Latin pila ‘pillar’.
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How to use pillar in a sentence?
he came across ciphers written on parchment and concealed in a hollow altar pillar.
they were pushed from pillar to post from the moment they left their homes.
the pillar gave a huge groaning noise and crumbled.
Simeon of the pillar, by surname Stylites.
he was a pillar of his local community.
a pillar of the Rotarian community.
a pillar of rock.
How to say pillar in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)kolom
Arabic (NOUN)الدعامة, دعامة, ركيزة, الركيزة, الركن, عمود, ركن, العنصر
Bangla স্তম্ভ
Bosnian (Latin) stup
Bulgarian (NOUN)стълб, опора
Cantonese (Traditional) 支柱
Catalan (NOUN)Pilar
Chinese Simplified 支柱
Chinese Traditional 支柱
Croatian (NOUN)stup, stub, stupa, stubom, stupu
Czech (NOUN)pilíř, sloup, podstavec
Danish (NOUN)søjle, grundpille, stolpe
(ADJECTIVE)stolpen, søjler
Dutch (NOUN)pijler, pilaar, zuil, Luik
Estonian (NOUN)sammas, samba
Fijian duru
Filipino haliging
Finnish (NOUN)pilari, tukipylväs
French (NOUN)pilier, borne, colonne
German (NOUN)Säule, Pfeiler, Standbein, Stütze, Pfosten
Greek (NOUN)πυλώνα, στυλοβάτης, κίονας
(ADJECTIVE)στυλοβατών, πυλώνων
Haitian Creole poto
Hebrew (NOUN)אומנה, העמוד, עמוד
Hindi (NOUN)स्तंभ
Hungarian (NOUN)pillér, oszlop
Icelandic kofa
Indonesian (NOUN)pilar, tiang, bumbungan
Italian (NOUN)pilastro, colonna, montante
Japanese (NOUN)柱, ピラー, 支柱
Kiswahili (NOUN)nguzo, safu
Korean (NOUN)기둥, 초석
Latvian (NOUN)pīlārs, balsts, statnis
Lithuanian (NOUN)ramstis, ramsčio, stulpas
Malagasy andry
Malay (Latin) (NOUN)tonggak
Maltese (NOUN)pilastru
Norwegian Bokmål søyle
Persian (NOUN)ستون
Polish (NOUN)filar, słup, słupka
Portuguese (NOUN)pilar, coluna
Querétaro Otomi Pilar
Romanian (NOUN)pilon, stâlp
Russian (NOUN)столб, опорой, колонна, Пиллар, штендер, компонент
Samoan faaniutu
Serbian (Cyrillic) стуб
Serbian (Latin) stub
Slovak (NOUN)pilier, stĺp
Slovenian (NOUN)steber, stebra, podpornik
Spanish (NOUN)pilar, columna, montante
Swedish (NOUN)pelaren, stolpen, grundpelare, stöttepelare, hörnsten
Tahitian pou
Tamil (NOUN)தூண்
Telugu స్తంభం
Thai เสา
Tongan pou
Turkish (NOUN)ayağı, direkli, dikili
Ukrainian (NOUN)стовп
Urdu (NOUN)ستون
Vietnamese (NOUN)trụ cột, cột
Welsh (NOUN)piler, colofn, cholofn, bared, philer
(ADJECTIVE)golofn, biler
Yucatec Maya Pilar
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