[per-ee] /ˈpɛr i/
noun, plural perries.
a fermented beverage similar to cider, made from the juice of pears.
[per-ee] /ˈpɛr i/
Antoinette, 1888–1946, U.S. actress, theatrical manager, and producer.
Bliss, 1860–1954, U.S. educator, literary critic, and editor.
Frederick John (“Fred”) 1909–1995, British tennis player.
[kal-breyth] /ˈkæl breɪθ/ (Show IPA), 1794–1858, U.S. commodore.
his brother, Oliver Hazard, 1785–1819, U.S. naval officer.
Ralph Barton, 1876–1957, U.S. philosopher and educator.
a male given name: from a Middle English word meaning “pear tree.”.
noun (pl) -ries
alcoholic drink made of pears, similar in taste to cider
Fred(erick John). 1909–95, English tennis and table-tennis player; world singles table-tennis champion (1929); as a tennis player he won eight Grand Slam singles titles including the US Open three times (1933–34, 1936) and Wimbledon three times (1934–36)
Grayson. born 1960, English potter, embroiderer, and film-maker; won the Turner Prize (2003).
Matthew Calbraith. 1794–1858, US naval officer, who led a naval expedition to Japan that obtained a treaty (1854) opening up Japan to western trade
his brother, Oliver Hazard. 1785–1819, US naval officer. His defeat of a British squadron on Lake Erie (1813) was the turning point in the War of 1812, leading to the recapture of Detroit
surname attested from late 12c., literally “dweller by the pear tree.”
[per-eez-burg] /ˈpɛr izˌbɜrg/ noun 1. a town in NW Ohio.
1. . 1. . 2. . 1. . 2. . personal emergency response system 1. person 2. personal 1. Persia 2. Persian
[pur-sawlt] /ˈpɜrˌsɔlt/ noun, Chemistry. 1. (in a series of of a given metal or group) the in which the metal or group has a high, or the highest apparent, valence. 2. (loosely) the of a peroxy acid. /ˈpɜːˌsɔːlt/ noun 1. any salt of a peracid persalt per·salt (pûr’sôlt’) n. A salt containing the greatest proportion […]
adverb 1. a frequent misspelling of .