(of a person) Sit somewhere, esp. on something high or narrow
Eve perched on the side of the armchair
(of a building) Be situated above or on the edge of something
the fortress is perched on a crag in the mountains
Set or balance someone or something on (something)
Peter perched a pair of gold-rimmed spectacles on his nose
A linear or square rod (see rod (sense 3))
sit, as on a branch; "The birds perched high in the tree"
support consisting of a branch or rod that serves as a resting place (especially for a bird)
a linear measure of 16.5 feet
alight: to come to rest, settle; "Misfortune lighted upon him"
a square rod of land
cause to perch or sit; "She perched her hat on her head"
Perca is the genus and species of fish referred to as Yellow perch or, sometimes, perch, a group of freshwater fish belonging to the family Percidae. ...
The perch is an equilibristic balancing act where one performer balances atop a pole that is being balanced by another performer. ...
A perch is as a unit of measurement used for length, area, and volume in a number of systems of measurement. Its name derives from the Ancient Roman unit, the pertica.
The Perch is a historic, thatch-roofed public house in Binsey, Oxfordshire on the River Thames overlooking Port Meadow.
(perched) situated as if balancing above something
(perching) Inspection of cloth before finishing
A perched stream is either a losing stream or an insulated stream that is separated from the underlying ground water by a zone of aeration.
(PERCHES) For foot comfort, a variety of perches of appropriate materials, sizes and shapes are important in the cage.
(perches) a measurement of land, amounting to 16 ½ feet in length or 30 ¼ square yards in area
(Perching) When you, intentionally or unintentionally, catch a ball such that it is perched on your fingertips but not clasped. Returning the ball to flight usually requires a deft push as opposed to a true throw.
(perching) A mate-locating behavior of butterflies characterized by males sitting on objects or spaces by which receptive females are likely to pass.
(perching) examining fabric for any kind of defect / blemish while it is being run over a roller. All imperfections marked; generally marked with chalk. This is not really part of the definitions but we thought that you would like to be reminded, ApparelSearch. ...
A lighting position concealed behind the proscenium.
Any of a number of spiny-finned freshwater fish found in North America and Europe. The best known U.S. perch is the "yellow perch." Perch have a mild, firm, low-fat flesh. The saltwater white perch and ocean perch are not true perches.
5 1/2 yards; a pole; a rod.
A measure of land varying from 14 to as much as 28 feet.
A unit of measurement of land: 1 perch = 1/40 rood, or 1/160 acre or about 30 square yards.
A strategy of mate location used by male butterflies, consisting of waiting in a constant location for females to pass by.