Found 3 items, similar to peep.
English → Indonesian
mencicit, mengintip, tengok
English → English
n 1: the short weak cry of a young bird [syn: cheep
2: a secret look [syn: peek
v 1: look furtively; “He peeped at the woman through the window”
2: cause to appear; “he peeped his head through the window”
3: make high-pitched sounds; of birds [syn: twirp
4: speak in a hesitant and high-pitched tone of voice
5: appear as though from hiding; “the new moon peeped through
the tree tops”
English → English
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Peeped
; p. pr. & vb. n.
.] [Of imitative origin; cf. OE. pipen, F. piper,
p['e]pier, L. pipire, pipare, pipiare, D. & G. piepen. Senses
2 and 3 perhaps come from a transfer of sense from the sound
which chickens make upon the first breaking of the shell to
the act accompanying it; or perhaps from the influence of
peek, or peak. Cf. Pipe
1. To cry, as a chicken hatching or newly hatched; to chirp;
There was none that moved the wing, or opened the
mouth, or peeped. --Is. x. 14.
2. To begin to appear; to look forth from concealment; to
make the first appearance.
When flowers first peeped, and trees did blossoms
3. To look cautiously or slyly; to peer, as through a
crevice; to pry.
eep through the blanket of the dark. --Shak.
From her cabined loophole peep. --Milton.
, an adjustable piece, pierced with a small hole
to peep through in aiming, attached to a rifle or other
firearm near the breech.
1. The cry of a young chicken; a chirp.
2. First outlook or appearance.
Oft have we seen him at the peep of dawn. --Gray.
3. A sly look; a look as through a crevice, or from a place
To take t' other peep at the stars. --Swift.
(a) Any small sandpiper, as the least sandpiper (Trigna minutilla
(b) The European meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis
, a small show, or object exhibited, which is
viewed through an orifice or a magnifying glass.
, the Irish insurgents of 1784; -- so
called from their visiting the house of the loyal Irish at
day break in search of arms. [Cant]