(in a church) one of a number of fixed, benchlike seats with backs, accessible by aisles, for the use of the congregation.
an enclosed seat in a church, or an enclosure with seats, usually reserved for a family or other group of worshipers.
those occupying pews; congregation.
(in a church)
(Brit, informal) a seat (esp in the phrase take a pew)
late 14c., “raised, enclosed seat for certain worshippers” (ladies, important men, etc.), from Old French puie, puy “balcony, elevation,” from Latin podia, plural of podium “elevated place,” also “balcony in a Roman theater” (see podium). Meaning “fixed bench with a back, for a number of worshippers” is attested from 1630s.
[pyoo-ij] /ˈpyu ɪdʒ/ noun 1. an amount or the dues paid for a church . 2. the of a church; collectively.
[pee-wee] /ˈpi wi/ noun 1. any of several New World flycatchers of the genus Contopus. Compare . 2. the phoebe. /ˈpiːwiː/ noun 1. any of several small North American flycatchers of the genus Contopus, having a greenish-brown plumage n. “flycatcher, lapwing,” 1810, variant of pewit (q.v.). See also peewee.
noun 1. a rising hinge for a small door.
[pyoo-hohl-der] /ˈpyuˌhoʊl dər/ noun 1. a person who rents or owns a .