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pech

/pɛx/
verb, noun
1.
a Scot word for pant
Word Origin
C15: of imitative origin
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  • Give my duty to the Rana of pech, for his line were my father's overlords from the first.

    The Eyes of Asia Rudyard Kipling
  • Because pecht (or pech), trow, and fairy are all synonyms for "dwarf."

    The Testimony of Tradition David MacRitchie
  • The landlady rushed out when she heard our horse hoofs, for she was expecting her husband, who had also gone to pech.

    Through the Land of the Serb Mary Edith Durham
  • Svet a rinn, hag z inn trz va zad, hag livirinn d'ezhan: Va zd, pech 'ed em euz a eneb ann env hag enu da enep.

    The English Language Robert Gordon Latham
  • pech adds a list of the names of Conquistadores which I have not inserted, as it is less complete than that found in Cogolludo.

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