Pea meaning

A member of the pea family.
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Any of several plants of the genus Lathyrus, such as the sweet pea or the beach pea.
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A widely cultivated climbing annual vine (Pisum sativum) native to Eurasia, having compound leaves with terminal leaflets modified into tendrils and globose, edible seeds enclosed in a green, elongated pod.
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The pod of this plant.

Picked peas for dinner.

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The seed of this plant, used as a vegetable.
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A similar seed of various other plants, such as a cowpea.
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An annual, tendril-climbing plant (Pisum sativum) of the pea family, with white or pinkish flowers and green seedpods.
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Its small, round, smooth or wrinkled seed, used as a vegetable.
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Any of various similar plants, as the cowpea.
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The seed of any of these.
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Designating a family (Fabaceae, order Fabales) of leguminous, dicotyledonous plants, including peanuts, clover, vetch, alfalfa, and many beans.
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(biochemistry) Palmitoylethanolamide.
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(pathology) Pulseless electrical activity of the heart.
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Origin of pea

Back-formation from Middle English pease (mistaken for pl.) from Old English pise, piose from Late Latin pīsa variant of Latin pīsum from Greek pisos, pison