Peace meaning

pēs
Harmony in personal relations.
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Freedom from quarrels and disagreement; harmonious relations.

Roommates living in peace with each other.

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Peace is calmness and tranquility, a time when there are no wars going on or the state of having no war or conflict.

An example of peace is a feeling you have on a quiet Sunday morning as you sit on a deck in the woods and watch the birds.

An example of peace is when a war between two countries end and all are getting along.

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The absence of war or other hostilities.
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(slang) Shortened form of peace out; goodbye.
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Used as a greeting, a farewell, or a request for silence.
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A state free of war, in particular war between different countries.

My boy, this peace is what all true warriors strive for.

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(neologism) To make peace; to put at peace; to be at peace.
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An agreement or a treaty to end hostilities.

Negotiated the peace.

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Inner contentment; serenity.

Peace of mind.

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Freedom from war or a stopping of war.
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A treaty or agreement to end war or the threat of war.
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Freedom from public disturbance or disorder; public security; law and order.
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Freedom from disagreement or quarrels; harmony; concord.
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To be or become silent or quiet.
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A state of tranquility, quiet, and harmony. For instance, a state free from civil disturbance.

Our lounge strives to maintain an environment of peace for the comfort of our customers.

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A state free of oppressive and unpleasant thoughts and emotions.

The safety equipment will give me some peace of mind.

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Public security and order.

Was arrested for disturbing the peace.

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An undisturbed state of mind; absence of mental conflict; serenity.
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Calm; quiet; tranquillity.
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(archaic) Shut up!, silence!; be quiet, be silent.
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River in W Canada, flowing from N British Columbia east & northeast into the Slave River in NE Alberta: 945 mi (1,521 km)
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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")).