What is pioneer?

  • (verb): Open up and explore a new area.
    Example: "Pioneer space"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on pioneer:

Pioneer Senshi
... Pioneer Senshi (Japanese for "Pioneer Soldier" or "Pioneer Warrior") was the first-ever independent promotion in Japanese wrestling history ... Pioneer Senshi's debut show took place on April 30, 1989 at Tokyo Korakuen Hall, in front of 1,600 fans ... wrestling debuts against one another in Pioneer Senshi, on December 20, 1990 ...
Pioneer, Singapore - Future Developments
... A Hawker Centre will be build at the open space behind Pioneer Mall. ...
Pioneer Hotel & Gambling Hall
... The Pioneer Hotel Gambling Hall is a hotel and casino in Laughlin, Nevada, United States known for its neon cigarette-puffing River Rick marque ... It used to be a sister property of Pioneer Club in Las Vegas until both properties sold to separate parties ...
The Institute Of Optics - Notable Faculty
... Late Professor Leonard Mandel Pioneer in the field of quantum optics, first demonstrated photon self interference, discovered the Mandel Formula ... Late Professor Rudolf Kingslake Pioneer in the field of lens design, founding faculty member ... Hopkins Pioneer in the field of optical engineering, former director and founder of Tropel Corporation ...
Sitka Pioneer Home
... The Sitka Pioneer Home is a State owned and operated assisted living home in Sitka in the U.S ... It is the oldest of the six homes in Alaska's Pioneer Home system ...

More definitions of "pioneer":

  • (verb): Take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of.
    Synonyms: initiate
  • (verb): Open up an area or prepare a way.
    Synonyms: open up
  • (noun): One the first colonists or settler in a new territory.
    Example: "They went west as pioneers with only the possessions they could carry with them"

Famous quotes containing the word pioneer:

    Where the citizen uses a mere sliver or board, the pioneer uses the whole trunk of a tree.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The poet is no tender slip of fairy stock, who requires peculiar institutions and edicts for his defense, but the toughest son of earth and of Heaven, and by his greater strength and endurance his fainting companions will recognize the God in him. It is the worshipers of beauty, after all, who have done the real pioneer work of the world.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I am not belittling the brave pioneer men but the sunbonnet as well as the sombrero has helped to settle this glorious land of ours.
    Edna Ferber (1887–1968)