Definition of pecky in English:

pecky

(also peeky, peaky)

adjective

US
  • Of timber, especially cypress: showing signs of localized decay, often in small rounded patches running with the grain, caused by various fungi affecting the heartwood of the living tree.

adjective

informal
  • Like the peck of a bird, specifically (of a kiss) consisting of a peck.

Origin

Mid 19th century. Apparently from peck + -y<br>late 19th century. From peck + -y.

Pronunciation

pecky

/ˈpɛki/