adjective, perter, pertest.
boldly forward in speech or behavior; impertinent; saucy.
jaunty and stylish; chic; natty.
lively; sprightly; in good health.
saucy, impudent, or forward
jaunty: a pert little hat
(obsolete) clever or brisk
programme evaluation and review technique
c.1300 (implied in pertly), “evident, unconcealed,” shortened form of Middle English apert “open, frank,” from Old French apert, from Latin apertus, past participle of aperire “to open” (see overt). Sense of “saucy, bold” first recorded late 14c. Less pejorative meaning “lively, brisk, in good spirits” (c.1500) survives in U.S. dialectal peart (with Middle English alternative spelling). Related: Pertness.
Pert (pûrt), Candace Beebe. Born 1946.
American biochemist noted for her study of brain chemicals and the locations of their receptors.
program evaluation and review technique
[purth] /pɜrθ/ noun 1. Also called Perthshire. a historic county in central Scotland. 2. a city in this county: a port on the Tay River. 3. a city in and the capital of Western Australia, in SW Australia. noun 1. a state in W Australia. 975,920 sq. mi. (2,527,635 sq. km). Capital: Perth. /pɜːθ/ noun […]
[am-boi] /ˈæm bɔɪ/ noun 1. a seaport in E New Jersey.
- Perth and kinross
/kɪnˈrɒs/ noun 1. a council area of N central Scotland, corresponding mainly to the historical counties of Perthshire and Kinross-shire: part of Tayside Region from 1975 until 1996: chiefly mountainous, with agriculture, tourism, and forestry. Administrative centre: Perth. Pop: 135 990 (2003 est). Area: 5321 sq km (2019 sq miles)
- Perthes disease
Perthes disease Per·thes disease (pěr’tēz, -těs) n. See osteochondritis deformans juvenilis.