[per-sep-tiv] /pərˈsɛp tɪv/
having or showing keenness of insight, understanding, or intuition:
a perceptive analysis of the problems involved.
having the power or faculty of .
of, relating to, or showing .
quick at perceiving; observant
able to perceive
1650s, from Latin percept-, past participle stem of percipere (see perceive) + -ive. In reference to intelligence from 1860. From mid-15c. as the name of a type of optical instrument. Related: Perceptively; perceptiveness.
perceptive per·cep·tive (pər-sěp’tĭv)
per’cep·tiv’i·ty (pûr’sěp-tĭv’ĭ-tē) or per·cep’tive·ness n.
/ˈpɛrɛz rəˈvɛːteɪ/ noun 1. Arturo. born 1951, Spanish novelist and writer; his books include The Fencing Master (1988), The Dumas Club (1993), The Queen of the South (2002) and the historical ‘Captain Alatriste’ series, beginning with Captain Alatriste (1996)
the breach of Uzzah, a place where God “burst forth upon Uzzah, so that he died,” when he rashly “took hold” of the ark (2 Sam. 6:6-8). It was not far from Kirjath-jearim (q.v.).
1. . 2. . 3. . abbreviation 1. perfect 2. perforated 3. perforation chad 1. perfect 2. perforated 3. perforation 4. performance 5. performed by 6. performer
[purf-bawrd, -bohrd] /ˈpɜrfˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd/ noun 1. hardboard with perforations into which pegs or hooks can be inserted for hanging or displaying objects.