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pedantry the act or practice, or an instance, of flaunting one's learnedness or of being overly insistent on scholarly formalities or details.
pedate having or resembling a foot or feet.
peddle to offer (goods) for sale on the street or from door to door. [3 definitions]
peddler one who sells goods in the street or from door to door.
-pede variant of -ped.
pederast a man who has sexual relations, esp. anal intercourse, with another male, esp. a boy.
pedestal a support or base for a column, statue, lamp, or the like. [3 definitions]
pedestrian a person who is walking, esp. on or near a street. [4 definitions]
pedestrian crossing a marked path across a road in which pedestrians have the right of way.
pedi- foot.
pediatrician a doctor specializing in the medical care of children.
pediatrics (used with a sing. verb) the branch of medicine concerned with the diseases and medical care of children.
pedicab a type of transportation found esp. in parts of Asia, having three wheels and two passenger seats, and powered by pedaling.
pedicel a small stalk that bears a single flower or fruit. [2 definitions]
pediculosis the condition of being infested with lice.
pedicure cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails, or a single such treatment.
pedigree a list or table of ancestors; genealogical record, as of an animal or person. [3 definitions]
pedigreed of pure blood or breeding; having a pedigree.
pediment a low pointed or curved gable atop a wall, entrance, window, cabinet, or the like. [2 definitions]
pedipalp one of the second leglike pair of appendages of spiders and other arachnids, developed for a variety of functions such as fertilizing, grasping, or sensing.
pedlar variant of peddler.