Turnovers include short crust as well as puff pastries. Turnover is still the right word. Pasty is an alternative to turnover with more of a short crust connotation.
Other languages: Empanada in Spanish, Chausson in French -- I don't think there's any limitation as to puff pastry or short crust for either.
Country Pot Pies, Country Crusties, Veggie Crusties, Country Crust Pies... summpin' along those lines maybe.
At some point words do have meanings, or we may as well pack it in and just hand the country over to the political ad copy writers. Whatever Foodnfoto may choose to call her pastries, they certainly are NOT pot pies. Pot pies are baked in a vessel such as a pie plate, they are not free form; pot pies are completely enclosed with a top crust, they are not open.