[pee-vee] /ˈpi vi/
noun, plural peaveys.
a cant hook with a sharply pointed end, used in handling logs.
noun (pl) -veys, -vies
(US & Canadian) a wooden lever with a metal pointed end and a hinged hook, used for handling logs Compare cant hook
“pointed cant hook,” a lumbering hook, 1878, said to be named for a John Peavey, blacksmith in Bolivar, N.Y., who supposedly invented it c.1872. Other sources ascribe it to a Joseph Peavey of Stillwater, Maine, and give a date of 1858.
[pee-vee] /ˈpi vi/ noun, plural peavies. 1. .
noun 1. a seed beetle, Bruchus pisorum, the larvae of which live in and feed on the seeds of the pea plant.
[peb-uh] /ˈpɛb ə/ noun 1. . polyether block amide
power electronic building block