bigo, phigo, pigo, bigasoch, biga’, bigasit, bigasid, bigasent, bigasem, bigasech, bigasant, bigasai, bigant, bigan, bigaist, bigais, bigai, bigaf, bigith, bigoch, bigaswn, bigech, biged, bigem, bigen, bigent, biger, biges, bigest, biget, bigi, bigid, bigiff, bigir, bigodd, pigant, bigom, bigon, bigont, bigwch, bigwn, bigwyd, bigwyf, bigych, piga, piga’, pigaf, pigai, pigais, pigaist, pigent, pigan, pigasai, pigasant, pigasech, pigasem, pigasent, pigasid, pigasit, pigasoch, pigasom, pigaswn, pigech, piged, pigem, biga, pigwn, pigen, piges, pigest, piget, pigi, pigid, pigiff, pigir, pigith, pigoch, pigodd, pigom, pigon, pigont, piger, phiget, phigasech, phigasant, phigasai, phigant, phigan, phigaist, phigais, pigwch, phigaf, phiga’, phiga, pigych, pigwyf, pigwyd, phigai, phigi, phigasent, phigasid, phigasit, phigasoch, phigasom, phigaswn, phigech, phiged, phigem, phigen, phigent, phiger, phiges, phigest, phigasem, bigasom, phigid, phigiff, phigir, phigith, phigoch, phigodd, phigom, phigon, phigont, phigwch, phigwn, phigwyd, phigwyf, phigychpigo, mhigo
Noun(1) (often followed by `of'(2) a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry(3) a United States dry measure equal to 8 quarts or 537.605 cubic inches
Verb(1) hit lightly with a picking motion(2) eat by pecking at, like a bird(3) kiss lightly(4) eat like a bird(5) bother persistently with trivial complaints
(1) Lola dotes on him hand and foot, trying to rekindle his emotions, but earns only a perfunctory peck on the cheek at best.(2) Patience finally paid off as one hopped slowly, slowly towards me and I felt the peck of a tiny beak in my hand.(3) James dropped a quick peck onto his mother's cheek and slid onto a bar stool where bacon and eggs awaited him.(4) a fatherly peck on the cheek(5) He says ├ö├ç├┐Goodbye, dear├ö├ç├û and gives her a peck on the cheek at their door.(6) I have a distinct distrust of any man who smells of soap and believe we all have to eat a peck of dirt before we die, but there are limits.(7) Cordially, he gave Megan a peck on the cheek and Kayla a quick kiss across the lips.(8) defects for a critic to peck at(9) What had started out as an innocent peck suddenly turned into something more.(10) She greeted Alex with a quick peck on both cheeks, then immediately turned her gaze to Evan.(11) the bird managed to give its attacker a sharp peck(12) vultures swooping down to peck out the calf's eyes(13) If you don't know your bushel from your peck take a look.(14) I take a deep breath and lean forward, standing on my tiptoes to peck him lightly on the mouth.(15) He gave her a light peck on the cheek and then returned to his own room.(16) As my old Mum used to say, ├ö├ç├┐You have to eat a peck of dirt before you die├ö├ç├û.
(1) a peck :: a bigo
(2) peck at :: bigo ar
(3) peck out :: bigo allan
1. sight ::
2. bite ::
3. kiss ::
5. pick ::
6. peck at ::
8. nag ::
9. smack ::
peck, pecked, pecker, peckers, pecking, peckish, pecks
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It was a PECK on the cheek, Lord Royce,
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8
- Did you kiss him yet?
- Just a little PECK on the lips.
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 8
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