noun, plural peafowls (especially collectively) peafowl.
any of several gallinaceous birds of the genera Pavo, of India, Sri Lanka, southeastern Asia, and the East Indies, and Afropavo, of Africa.
noun (pl) -fowls, -fowl
either of two large pheasants, Pavo cristatus (blue peafowl) of India and Ceylon and P. muticus (green peafowl) of SE Asia. The males (peacocks) have a characteristic bright plumage See peacock (sense 1)
a rare closely related African species, Afropavo congensis (Congo peafowl), both sexes of which are brightly coloured
[peeg] /pig/ noun 1. (def 1). /piːɡ/ noun 1. less common words for wampum
noun 1. a medium or yellowish green. noun 1.
[pee-hen] /ˈpiˌhɛn/ noun 1. the female peafowl. n. c.1400, from Old English pawa “peafowl” (see peacock) + hen.
noun 1. a short coat of thick wool, usually double-breasted and navy in color, worn by seamen, fishermen, etc. 2. a jacket or short coat styled like this, worn by adults and children. /ˈpiːˌkəʊt/ noun 1. a sailor’s short heavy double-breasted overcoat of navy wool n. 1721, loan-translation of North Frisian pijekkat, from Dutch pijjekker, […]