Pekins'

pekin

[pee-kin]
noun (often initial capital letter)
a silk fabric in which broad stripes of equal width and in various colors or weaves are alternated.

Origin:
1775–85; < French pékin; after Peking

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Pekin

[pee-kin]
noun
one of a hardy breed of yellowish-white domestic ducks, raised originally in China.

Origin:
1880–85; after Peking

Pekin

[pee-kin]
noun
a city in central Illinois.
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Pekin (piːˈkɪn)
 
n
a breed of white or cream duck with a bright orange bill
 
[C18: via French from Peking]

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