Definition of piloti in US English:

piloti

noun

Architecture Building
  • Usually in plural Any of a series of columns or piles, typically used to raise a building or part of a building above ground level.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Hogan-Moganides. From French pilotis from pilot + -is, suffix forming collective nouns (of uncertain origin).

Pronunciation

piloti

/pɪˈlɒti/