Definition of pigeon pair in English:

pigeon pair

Line breaks: pi¦geon pair

noun

dialect
A boy and girl as twins, or as the only children in a family.
More example sentences
  • I have been told by an old lady I have the perfect pigeon pair.
  • It is said that a woman receives a second life after giving birth to a baby. And to the coveted mother of a pigeon pair, the sweetness is doubled.
  • We were hoping for a pigeon pair but I am now happy with our two gorgeous boys.

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