Peeper meaning

pē'pər
A person who peeps or pries.
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An animal that makes short, high-pitched sounds, especially the spring peeper.
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One who peeks furtively.
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An eye.
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A person or thing that peeps, cheeps, chirps, etc.
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Any of various tree frogs (esp. family Hylidae) that peep in early spring.
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(colloquial, chiefly in the plural) The eye.

Check out the gorgeous peepers on that guy!

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Someone who peeps; a spy.
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An animal, such as some frogs, that have a shrill, high-pitched call.
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(dated, slang, derogatory) A private detective.
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(colloquial) A chicken just breaking the shell; a young bird.
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A peeping tom.
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Origin of peeper

  • peep +"Ž -er.
    From Wiktionary