Definition of Pechan

1. the stomach [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pechan

peccadilloes
peccadillos
peccaminous
peccan
peccancies
peccancy
peccant
peccant humors
peccantly
peccaries
peccatiphobia
peccavi
peccavis
pech
pechan (current term)
pechans
peched
peching
pechoño
pechs
pecilocin
peck
peck at
peck out
pecke
pecked

Literary usage of Pechan

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1. Annual List of New and Important Books Added to the Public Library of the ...by Boston Public Library by Boston Public Library (1898)
"... pechan, Josef. Mining. Journal of the Northwest mining association. Monthly. Vol. 2. Spokane, Berechnung der Leistung und des ..."

2. A smaller Hindustani and English dictionary by Duncan Forbes (1861)
"... to boot, over and above ; in. a small quantity given over and above the purchase. A. pechan, wallowing, rolling, floundering, ..."

3. Stevens Indicator by Stevens Institute of Technology (1894)
"By Josef pechan. By Smithsonian Institute. Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology. (1888-1889.) By JW Powell. By Smithsonian Institute. ..."

4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1832)
"Eastward, sixty leagues from pechan, is a lake of very considerable extent, the different names of which in the Chinese, Kirghiz, ..."

5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1832)
"To the eastward of pechan, the " White Mountain" of the ... Eastward, sixty leagues from pechan, is a lake of very considerable extent, the different names ..."

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