|Origin:||pike 'sharp pointed object' (11-20 centuries), from Old English pic|
1HBF plural pike
a large fish that eats other fish and lives in rivers and lakes
a long-handled weapon with a sharp blade, used in the past
3 American English
to happen or become known:
The world is being turned upside down by the string of multimedia technologies coming down the pike.
4TTR American English spoken