Definition of pegbox in English:

pegbox

noun

  • A structure at the head of a stringed instrument where the strings are attached to the tuning pegs.

    • ‘They run parallel to the main strings from tuning-pegs set either in the pegbox or in the side of the neck, under the fingerboard (where present), and through holes in the main bridge to the string-holder or tailpiece.’

Pronunciation:

pegbox

/pɛɡbɒks/