[pee-puh l] Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for peepul

Historical Examples of peepul

  • Some peepul may want Charley to dig fer 'em 'fore the winter's over.

  • This place is really pretty from the avenues of peepul trees.

    Up the Country

    Emily Eden

  • Teeka Sing, the Nana's war minister, had his "bureau" in a tent under the peepul tree there.

  • They had not far to go before they reached the peepul tree, into which they climbed as the rajah had planned.

  • But what is most extraordinary about it is, that two peepul trees have grown both cannon and carriage into themselves.

British Dictionary definitions for peepul



  1. an Indian moraceous tree, Ficus religiosa, resembling the banyan: regarded as sacred by BuddhistsAlso called: bo tree

Word Origin for peepul

C18: from Hindi pīpal, from Sanskrit pippala
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