Origin of pecker
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Examples from the Web for pecker
I think we shall run in the kidnappers; keep your pecker up.The Disentanglers
But that's ontry nous, dont cher know; keep my pecker hup proper out 'ere.Mr. Punch on the Continong
Keep your pecker up, James,' he added, in a tone which the patron and the bully spoke at once.VC -- A Chronicle of Castle Barfield and of the Crimea
David Christie Murray
The pecker P (also tempered hard) is mounted on the cast-iron weight W, which in turn is pivoted on the valve lever L.
This effectually prevents any sticking, should a superfluity of oil happen to get on either block or pecker.
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Word Origin and History for pecker
"one who pecks," 1690s, agent noun from peck (v.); slang sense of "penis" is from 1902.
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