To cry, as a chicken hatching or newly hatched; to chirp; to cheep.
- To utter short, soft, high-pitched sounds, like those of a baby bird; cheep.
- To speak in a hesitant, thin, high-pitched voice.
- A short, soft, high-pitched sound or utterance, like that of a baby bird.
- A slight sound or utterance: I don't want to hear a peep out of you.
- Any of various small North American sandpipers.
- To peek furtively; steal a quick glance.
- To peer through a small aperture or from behind something.
- To appear as though emerging from a hiding place: the moon peeping through the clouds.
- To cause to emerge or become partly visible: He peeped his head through the door.
- A quick or furtive look or glance.
- A first glimpse or appearance: the peep of dawn.