(slang) Shortened form of peace out; goodbye.
Other Word Forms of Peace
Origin of Peace
From Middle English pece, peas, pees, from Old French pais (“peace"), from Latin pāx (“peace"), from Proto-Indo-European *paḱ- (“to fasten, stick, place"), related to Latin pacÄ«scor (“agree, stipulate"), Latin pangō (“fasten, fix"); see pact. Displaced native Middle English frith, frede (“peace") (from Old English friþ, frÄ“od (“peace")), Middle English sib, sibbe (“peace") (from Old English sibb (“peace, kinship")), Middle English grith (“peace, security") (from Old English griþ and Old Norse grið), Middle English saht, saught (“peace, reconciliation") (from Old English seht, sæht (“peace, pact, agreement")).
Middle English pes from Old French pais, pes from Latin pāx pāc- pax
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
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