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6.
pez
Yiddish word for small penis
Instead of using the commom word schumuck, I called that ass face a pez.
by Jennifart April 16, 2007
 
1.
pez
A spice boy with an exceedingly large head.
Known to frustrate people with pictures of his gay, pretty boy face.
Also known to come off with extremely cheesy sayings.
(After seeing a picture of Pez) There is that Pez wanker again. Oh My God i so want to wreck that wee dick. That guy is such a prick. Would love to smack him.
"eh-heh,my names Pez,and im back WIT my BABEZ again, this time its forever!"
Fuck up Pez you fucking cunt
by pez-killa November 30, 2007
 
2.
pez
Candy shaped into small, 1/4" tablets. Nine of them fit into a long, skinny toy called a "pez dispenser", which spits out one tablet everytime you tilt its head. For some reason, vintage pez dispensers have become collector's items.
"I had a Spiderman pez dispenser, and my sister had a Wonderwoman one, my mother refused to by any more pez after it ran out, because it was too expensive, it tasted pretty good, though."
by handle187 November 07, 2003
 
3.
Pez
luvly drug.
comes in all flavors,
but "lemon" recommended for beginners b4 movin on 2 "strawberry"
u pezhead! y is your brain so f*cked?

yo chill, have a pez, cool down.
by big O November 26, 2003
 
4.
Pez
My gardener.
"Yo Pez how dem flowers growig?"
"Si, flowers good si."
by Minass August 30, 2008
 
5.
pez
1. Short for peasant or peasantry.
Meaning anything that is shit, bad, unfair, annoying, gay, fucked up, poor, stinghy, scummy, crummy, small, unlucky, rude, harsh or irritating.
2. A person can also be pez, meaning any of the above. Usually they are called a 'Pezza'.
1. "Fuck that shit! That's Pez!"
2. "Stop being so Pez. Just give me the ounce for $50."
"Fuck you, ya Pezza."
by Diego August 26, 2003
 
7.
Pez
A fish!
not a bloody sweety, but a fish.
not to be confused with pescado which are dead pez to be eaten.
"oh! look at that pez in the aquarium, he's a big fellow"

despite what this dictionary wants you to believe it is actually pronounced "peth"
by Senor Dwenathon March 02, 2003