[pey-kuh s, -kohs] /ˈpeɪ kəs, -koʊs/
a river flowing SE from N New Mexico through W Texas to the Rio Grande. 735 miles (1183 km) long.
a town in W Texas, near the Pecos River.
/ˈpeɪkəs; Spanish ˈpekɔs/
a river in the southwestern US, rising in N central New Mexico and flowing southeast to the Rio Grande. Length: about 1180 km (735 miles)
A constraint-based language, built on the object-oriented module of Le-Lisp.
[“Pecos Reference Manual”, ILOG, 1990. ILOG, 12 av Raspail, BP 7, F94251 Gentilly, France].
noun 1. a legendary cowboy of the American frontier who performed such fabulous feats as digging the Rio Grande.
Pecquet Pec·quet (pě-kā’), Jean. 1622-1674. French anatomist who first described (1647) the thoracic duct.
[peks] /pɛks/ plural noun, Informal. 1. pectoral muscles. [peych] /peɪtʃ/ noun 1. a city in SW Hungary. /Hungarian peːtʃ/ noun 1. an industrial city in SW Hungary: university (1367). Pop: 158 942 (2003 est) pectoral muscles
[pek-teys, -teyz] /ˈpɛk teɪs, -teɪz/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. an enzyme occurring in various fruits and involved in the formation of pectic acid from . /ˈpɛkteɪs/ noun 1. an enzyme occurring in certain ripening fruits: involved in transforming pectin into a soluble form