He has shown his appreciation with constant references to his peen in any and every media outlet.
With the peen of the hammer widen out the top enough to cut out the design shown here.
But say, I vos sorry I peen shot town pefore we got to Malolos.
When cut out as shown, boss up the centre of the leaves by using the peen hammer on a round hole.
Dot Vrankie Merrivell vos a taisy, undt he don'd peen afrait a show to gif anypody.
This finishing work should be done by the peen end of the hammer while the metal is cold.
Uf I don't ged avay oud uf here righd off, I peen gone grazy!
Dot don'd peen no fair to sdrike a man mit haluf uf his heat plown off!
It peen a long dime since ve med up py each udder, ain'd it?
So many t'ings vas habbening, all in a punch, dot I peen all mixed oop in my mindt!
1680s, "sharp or thin end of a hammer head, opposite the face," probably from a Scandinavian source (cf. Norwegian dialectal penn "peen," Old Swedish pæna "beat iron thin with a hammer"). Earlier as a verb, "to beat thin with a hammer" (1510s).