(transitive) To supply with something necessary in order to carry out a specific action or task; to provide with (e.g. weapons, provisions, munitions, rigging)
(transitive, gaming) To equip oneself with (an item); to bring (equipment) into active use.
(card games) In piquet, the right of the elder hand to count thirty in hand, or to play before the adversary counts one.
(countable, obsolete) In pique of honour: a matter, a point.
(obsolete) A chigger, chigoe, or jigger (Tunga penetrans), a species of tropical flea.
(pathology, obsolete, rare) Synonym of pica (“a disorder characterized by appetite and craving for non-edible substances”)
(sewing) Alternative form of piqué (“a kind of corded or ribbed fabric made from cotton, rayon, or silk”)
(uncountable) Enmity, ill feeling; (countable) a feeling of animosity or a dispute.
(uncountable) Irritation or resentment awakened by a social injury or slight; offence, especially taken in an emotional sense with little consideration or thought; (countable) especially in fit of pique: a transient feeling of wounded pride.
(obsolete, rare) To express jealousy, resentment, etc. at someone; to become angry or annoyed.
(reflexive) To pride (oneself) on something.
(reflexive, obsolete) To excite or stimulate (oneself).
(transitive, intransitive, card games, archaic or obsolete) To score a pique against (someone).
To excite (someone) to action, especially by causing jealousy, resentment, etc.; also, to stimulate (an emotion or feeling, especially curiosity or interest).
To excite to action, especially by causing jealousy, resentment, etc.; also, to stimulate an emotion or feeling, especially curiosity or interest.
To take pride in.
To wound the pride of (someone); to excite to anger; to irritate, to offend.
Alternative spelling of quipu
plural of quip
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quip
A recording device, used by the Incas, consisting of intricate knotted cords.