pecker

[pek-er]
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Origin of pecker

First recorded in 1580–90; peck2 + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for pecker

pecker

noun
  1. British slang spirits (esp in the phrase keep one's pecker up)
  2. informal short for woodpecker
  3. US and Canadian slang a slang word for penis
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Word Origin and History for pecker
n.

"one who pecks," 1690s, agent noun from peck (v.); slang sense of "penis" is from 1902.

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