[pees-mey-ker] /ˈpisˌmeɪ kər/
a person, group, or nation that tries to make , especially by reconciling parties who disagree, quarrel, or fight.
a person who establishes peace, esp between others
early 15c., from peace + maker.
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noun 1. an active program, policy, propaganda campaign, etc., by a national government for the purpose of terminating a war or period of hostility, lessening international tensions, or promoting peaceful cooperation with other nations.
noun 1. any offering made to procure peace. 2. a sacrificial offering made in order to assure communion with God. Ex. 20:24; Lev. 7:11–18. noun 1. something given to an adversary in the hope of procuring or maintaining peace 2. (Judaism) a sacrificial meal shared between the offerer and Jehovah to intensify the union between […]
noun 1. a civil officer appointed to preserve the public peace, as a sheriff or constable.