[ pee-droh, pey- ]

noun,plural pe·dros.Cards.
  1. any of several varieties of all fours in which the five of trumps counts at its face value.

  2. the five of trumps.

Origin of pedro

1870–75; <Spanish: literally, Peter Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use pedro in a sentence

  • The rich frontage of Pedros palace is composite, and probably only the gate is purely Moorish.

    Old Continental Towns | Walter M. Gallichan
  • Don Pedros use of the wrong hat was not the only case of the kind that occurred.

    Fighting the Sea | Edward A. Rand
  • Don Pedros blood is up, and in pursuit he thinks of nothing but to slay, slay.

    The Fair God | Lew Wallace
  • Pedros frame shook with rage, his eyes flashed fire, and he turned savagely on his assailant.

  • They were both familiars and seem to have been the leaders of a discontented opposition which rendered Don Pedros life miserable.