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pe the name of the seventeenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
pea a small round green seed borne in pods on a climbing plant of the legume family, and used as a vegetable. [3 definitions]
peace a state of freedom from war or hostility. [6 definitions]
peaceable disposed to maintaining harmony or tranquillity.
peacebuilding actions that promote peace between nations by supporting conditions that underlie peaceful social relations. Peacebuilding includes rebuilding the material and social institutions that are undermined or destroyed by violent conflict. Peacebuilding efforts offer non-violent alternatives for communication and conflict resolution.
peace conference a meeting held to seek an end to a war or to find a way to a lasting peace.
Peace Corps a U.S. agency that sends volunteers into developing countries to assist in education, health, agriculture, and the like.
peaceful tranquil; quiet. [2 definitions]
peacekeeping the enforcement of a truce or peace between nations, esp. by an international authority such as the United Nations. [2 definitions]
peacemaker a person, group, or nation that tries to make peace between adversaries.
peace pipe a ceremonial pipe for all to smoke during an American Indian peace conference; calumet.
peacetime a time or period when a country is not at war.
peach a soft, juicy, edible fruit that has downy yellow or reddish skin and a single large rough stone. [4 definitions]
peachy peachlike in taste, texture, color, or the like. [2 definitions]
peacock a male peafowl, notable for its long colorful tail, which it can raise and spread like a fan. [3 definitions]
peafowl either of two very large Asian pheasants, the males of which have long colorful tails, which they can raise and spread like a fan. (See peacock.)
pea green a light yellowish green color.
peahen a female peafowl.
pea jacket a short double-breasted coat made of thick navy blue wool, originally worn by sailors.
peak the top part of a mountain that tapers to a point, or such a mountain itself. [7 definitions]
peaked1 having a peak or peaks; pointed.