[pee-wit, pyoo-it] /ˈpi wɪt, ˈpyu ɪt/
the lapwing, Vanellus vanellus.
another name for lapwing
“lapwing” (still the usual name for it in Scotland), 1520s, imitative of its cry (cf. Flemish piewit-voghel, Middle Low German kivit, German kiwitz; also see kibitz).
[pyoo-ter] /ˈpyu tər/ noun 1. any of various alloys in which tin is the chief constituent, originally one of tin and lead. 2. a container or utensil made of such an alloy. 3. such utensils collectively: a revival of interest in pewter. 4. British Slang. adjective 5. consisting or made of pewter: a pewter mug. […]
[pyoo-ter-er] /ˈpyu tər ər/ noun 1. a maker of pewter utensils or containers.
(PHIGS Extension to X) Extension to the X Window System providing 3d graphics support.
pexis pex·is (pěk’sĭs) n.