[pur-kee] /ˈpɜr ki/
adjective, perkier, perkiest.
jaunty; cheerful; brisk; pert.
adjective perkier, perkiest
1820, from perk (v.) + -y (2). Of young women’s breasts since at least 1937. Related: Perkily; perkiness.
Energetic and jaunty; lively; chipper (1855+)
/pɜːl/ noun 1. a computer language that is used for text manipulation, esp on the Internet language, tool A high-level programming language, started by Larry Wall in 1987 and developed as an open source project. It has an eclectic heritage, deriving from the ubiquitous C programming language and to a lesser extent from sed, awk, […]
language, tool A commonly used but unofficial term for 5.* versions of Perl. (1999-12-04)
A modified version of byacc that generates a parser in Perl code, by Rick Ohnemus . It has a “-p” switch so multiple parsers can be used in one program (C or Perl). Version 1.8.2 should work on most Unix systems. It also works with SAS/C 6.x on Amiga. (1993-01-24)
[purl] /pɜrl/ noun 1. a medicinal capsule that resembles a pearl in shape.