- food; “PECK and boose,” meat and drink.—_Lincolnshire._ _Ancient Cant_, PEK, meat.
- to eat voraciously. A hearty eater is generally called “a rare PECKER.” Originally PECK was to eat delicately, “but we have changed all that now.”
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