Definition of peasy in US English:

peasy

noun

English Regional
Mining
historical
  • Lead ore in the form of small grains.

adjective

Scottish
  • Resembling or reminiscent of peas or peasemeal. Chiefly in "peasy whin" (see "whin".

adjective

British
informal
  • Very simple, easy. Also as interjection Compare "easy-peasy [interjection, adverb]".

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in William Pryce (d. 1790), surgeon, mineralogist, and antiquary. From peasy<br>mid 18th century. From pease + -y<br>1980s; earliest use found in Blue Jeans. Short for easy-peasy.

Pronunciation

peasy

/ˈpiːzi/