pes n : the foot of a human being; "his bare feet projected from his trousers"; "armored from head to foot" [syn: foot, human foot] [also: pedes (pl)]
EtymologyCognates include Sanskrit sc=Deva, Ancient Greek sc=polytonic and Old English fot (English foot).
EtymologyFrom English face.
Torres Strait Creole
Etymology 1From English face.
PES can refer to:
- Packetized Elementary Stream, part of the MPEG communication protocol
- Party of European Socialists
- PES, the film director and animator
- Potential energy surface, in physics and chemistry
- Pro Evolution Soccer, a multi-platform game
- Programmed electrical stimulation, a type of electrophysiologic study
- Providence Elementary School, an elementary school in Chesterfield County, VA
- Psychiatric Emergency Services
- Price elasticity of supply in Economics
- Polyester, an artificially produced organic chemical that is spun and woven to make fabric.
- Polyethersulfone, a thermoplastic polymer
- PhotoElectron Spectroscopy
- PULHHEEMS Employment Status, an index within the British Armed Services that determines whether a given soldier/employee can take part in a given operational posting.
Pes can be:
pes in German: Pes
pes in Spanish: PES (desambiguación)
pes in Esperanto: PES
pes in French: PES
pes in Italian: PES
pes in Dutch: PES
pes in Polish: PES