[per-i-wig] /ˈpɛr ɪˌwɪg/
a wig, especially a peruke.
a wig, such as a peruke
1520s, perwyke, popular corruption of perruck, from Middle French perruque (see peruke).
noun 1. a chair of c1700 having a high, caned back with an elaborately carved cresting.
[per-i-wing-kuh l] /ˈpɛr ɪˌwɪŋ kəl/ noun 1. any of various marine gastropods or sea snails, especially Littorina littorea, used for food in Europe. 2. the shell of any of these animals. [per-i-wing-kuh l] /ˈpɛr ɪˌwɪŋ kəl/ noun 1. Also called myrtle. a trailing plant, Vinca minor, of the dogbane family, having glossy, evergreen foliage and […]
villagers; dwellers in the open country, the Canaanitish nation inhabiting the fertile regions south and south-west of Carmel. “They were the graziers, farmers, and peasants of the time.” They were to be driven out of the land by the descendants of Abraham (Gen. 15:20; Ex. 3:8, 17; 23:23; 33:2; 34:11). They are afterwards named among […]
/pərˈdʒɪŋk/ adjective 1. (Scot) prim or finicky