Definition of pegall in US English:

pegall

noun

rare
  • In Guyana and the Caribbean: a basketwork container, especially a small rectangular basket with a close-fitting cover.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in John Stedman (1744–1797), army officer and author. From Carib pakara (in the Cariban languages, there is some alternation between k and g and also between r and l).

Pronunciation

pegall

/pɛˈɡɔːl/