Back-formation from pease, originally an uncountable noun meaning "peas" that was construed as a plural.
pea (plural peas)
- A plant, member of the legume (Fabaceae) family
- The edible seed of some of these plants
- (baseball) A ball travelling at high velocity
terms derived from pea (noun)
- Abenaki: piz (“a pea”) (borrowed from peas)
- Mohegan-Pequot: pish (“a pea”) (borrowed from peas)
- Yurok: pi·š, peeesh (“a pea”) (borrowed from peas)
- Latvian: zirnis (lv)
- Lithuanian: žirnis
- Maltese: piżella f
- Mohegan-Pequot: pish
- Norwegian: ert (no)
- Occitan: pese (oc) m
- Okinawan: まみ (mami)
- Persian: نخود (fa) (noxod), نخود سبز (noxod-sabz)
- Polish: groch (pl) m
- Portuguese: ervilha (pt) f
- Punjabi: ਮਟਰ (mattar)
- Romanian: mazăre (ro)
- Russian: горох (ru) m (goróx), горошина (ru) f (goróšina) (individual)
- Cyrillic: грашак m
- Roman: grašak m
- Slovak: hrach m
- Slovene: grah (sl) m
- Spanish: (raw pea) alverja f (Peru), (Latin America, Spain's Canary Islands) arveja (es) f, (Cuba, Mexico, Spain's Costa del Sol and Northwest) chícharo (es) m, (Spain standard usage, formal in other countries) guisante (es) m, (Southeastern Spain - also : présol) pésol (es) m, (tender pea) petit pois m (Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela - pronounced 'petipuá'), bisalto (es) m
- Swedish: ärta (sv)
- Tamil: பட்டாணி (ta) (paṭṭāṇi)
- Turkish: bezelye (tr)
- Urdu: مٹر (maṭar)
- Walloon: poes (wa) m, pitit poes m
- Welsh: pysen (cy) f
- Yurok: pi·š, peeesh
- Japanese: please add this translation if you can
- Spanish: please add this translation if you can
pea (plural peas)
- (nautical) Alternative form of peak.
Last modified on 17 April 2014, at 02:53
- Formal second-person singular (usted) imperative form of peer.
- First-person singular (yo) present subjunctive form of peer.
- Formal second-person singular (usted) present subjunctive form of peer.
- Third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of peer.