[puh-chawr-uh, -chohr-uh; Russian pyi-chyaw-ruh] /pəˈtʃɔr ə, -ˈtʃoʊr ə; Russian pyɪˈtʃyɔ rə/
a river in the NE Russian Federation in Europe, flowing from the Ural Mountains to the Arctic Ocean. 1110 miles (1785 km) long.
a river in N Russia, rising in the Ural Mountains and flowing north in a great arc to the Pechora Sea (the SE part of the Barents Sea). Length: 1814 km (1127 miles)
[pek] /pɛk/ noun 1. a dry measure of 8 quarts; the fourth part of a bushel, equal to 537.6 cubic inches (8.81 liters). 2. a container for measuring this quantity. Abbreviation: pk, pk. 3. a considerable quantity: a peck of trouble. [pek] /pɛk/ verb (used with object) 1. to strike or indent with the beak, […]
[pek] /pɛk/ verb (used with object) 1. to strike or indent with the beak, as a bird does, or with some pointed instrument, especially with quick, repeated movements. 2. to make (a hole, puncture, etc.) by such strokes; pierce. 3. to take (food) bit by bit, with or as with the beak. verb (used without […]
[pek-er] /ˈpɛk ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a bird’s bill. 3. a . 4. Slang: Vulgar. . 5. British Slang. one’s spirits or courage. /ˈpɛkə/ noun 1. (Brit, slang) spirits (esp in the phrase keep one’s pecker up) 2. (informal) short for woodpecker 3. (US & Canadian, slang) a slang […]
noun A despicable person; asshole, jerk: Do you hear me, peckerhead? (1955+)