Definition of Pechs

1. pech [v] - See also: pech



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pechs

peccancy
peccant
peccant humors
peccantly
peccaries
peccatiphobia
peccavi
peccavis
pech
pechan
pechans
peched
peching
pechoño
pechs (current term)
pecilocin
peck
peck at
peck out
pecke
pecked
peckers
peckerwood
peckerwood sawmill
peckerwoods
peckes

Literary usage of Pechs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Caledonia: A Monthly Magazine of Literature, Antiquity, & Tradition, Chiefly by Alexander Lowson (1895)
"The pechs were great builders ; they built a' the auld castles in the ... The pechs were also a great people for ale, which they brewed frae heather ; sae, ..."

2. Select Writings of Robert Chambers by Robert Chambers (1847)
"The pechs were great builders; they built a' the auld castles in the ... The pechs were also a great people for ale, which they brewed frae heather; sae, ..."

3. Archaic England: An Essay in Deciphering Prehistory from Megalithic by Harold Bayley (1920)
"In Scotland the " pechs " were obviously elves, for they are supposed to have been ... That the Picts' Houses of Cornwall were attributed to the pechs is ..."

4. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1888)
"That they were kindly received the following lines show: " On the arrival of the Spanish gentlemen ... all the nobility (among the pechs), hastened to ..."

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