Associations to the word «Pen»
Pictures for the word «Pen»
PEN, noun. An enclosed area used to contain domesticated animals, especially sheep or cattle.
PEN, noun. A place to confine a person; a prison cell.
PEN, noun. (baseball) The bullpen.
PEN, verb. (transitive) To enclose in a pen.
PEN, noun. A tool, originally made from a feather but now usually a small tubular instrument, containing ink used to write or make marks.
PEN, noun. (figurative) A writer, or his style.
PEN, noun. A light pen.
PEN, noun. (zoology) The internal cartilage skeleton of a squid, shaped like a pen.
PEN, noun. (now rare) (poetic) (dialectal) A feather, especially one of the flight feathers of a bird, angel etc.
PEN, noun. (poetic) A wing.
PEN, verb. (transitive) To write (an article, a book, etc.).
PEN, noun. A female swan.
PEN, noun. Penalty
PEN, symbol. Peruvian nuevo sol
PEN AND INK, noun. (Cockney rhyming slang) A stink.
PEN DRIVE, noun. (computing) a small electronic device used to store digital data, more portable and robust than a hard drive
PEN DRIVES, noun. Plural of pen drive
PEN FRIEND, noun. Alternative form of penfriend
PEN NAME, noun. A fictitious name used by an author in place of their actual name.
PEN NAMES, noun. Plural of pen name
PEN PAL, noun. A person with whom one communicates using letters, usually over a long distance.
PEN PALS, noun. Plural of pen pal
PEN PENCIL, noun. (India) mechanical pencil
PEN PENCILS, noun. Plural of pen pencil
PEN PUSHER, noun. Alternative form of pen-pusher
PEN PUSHERS, noun. Plural of pen pusher
PEN SHELL, noun. Any of the Pinnidae, a family of large saltwater clams.
PEN SHELLS, noun. Plural of pen shell
PEN TEST, noun. (computing) (informal) A penetration test.
PEN TESTS, noun. Plural of pen test
PEN, noun. A writing implement with a point from which ink flows.
PEN, noun. An enclosure for confining livestock.
PEN, noun. A portable enclosure in which babies may be left to play.
PEN, noun. A correctional institution for those convicted of major crimes.
PEN, noun. Female swan.
PEN, verb. Produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels".
Every creature is a word of God.