[pek-er] /ˈpɛk ər/
a person or thing that .
a bird’s bill.
Slang: Vulgar. .
British Slang. one’s spirits or courage.
(Brit, slang) spirits (esp in the phrase keep one’s pecker up)
(informal) short for woodpecker
(US & Canadian, slang) a slang word for penis
“one who pecks,” 1690s, agent noun from peck (v.); slang sense of “penis” is from 1902.
The penis (1902+)
noun A despicable person; asshole, jerk: Do you hear me, peckerhead? (1955+)
[pek-er-woo d] /ˈpɛk ərˌwʊd/ noun 1. Midland and Southern U.S. . 2. Southern U.S. Slang: Disparaging and Offensive. . adjective 3. Southern U.S. small or insignificant: He makes a living farming and running a peckerwood sawmill. n. 1859, U.S. Southern black dialectal inversion of woodpecker; in folklore, taken as the type of white folks (1929) […]
[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 […]
- Pearl primus
[pree-muh s] /ˈpri məs/ noun 1. Pearl, 1919–1994, U.S. dancer, born in Trinidad. /ˈpraɪməs/ noun 1. (Scottish Episcopal Church) the presiding bishop in the Synod /ˈpraɪməs/ noun 1. trademark a portable paraffin cooking stove, used esp by campers Also called Primus stove Latin for “first, the first” (see prime (adj.)).