- (obsolete) A sort of moving machine employed in the old pageants.
- 1604, Ben Jonson, “Part of the King's Entertainment in Passing to His Coronation”, in The Works of Ben Jonson, London: Printed by Thomas Hodgkin, published 1692, page 306:
- In the Centre, or midst of the Pegm, there was an Aback, or Square, wherein this Elogy was written.
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(See the entry for pegm in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.)