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PEG or peg may refer to:
- Clothes peg, a fastener used to hang up clothes for drying
- Tent peg, a spike driven into the ground for holding a tent to the ground
- Tuning peg, used to hold a string in the pegbox of a stringed instrument
- Piton, a metal spike that is driven into rock to aid climbing
- PEG tube, a medical device, that is, a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube
- Foot peg, a place to put one's foot on a vehicle such as a motorcycle
Science and computing
- Peg (unit), a measure used in preparing alcohol, from 1 to 2 fluid ounces
- Pegasus (constellation), a constellation named after Pegasus
- Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy, a medical procedure
- Polyethylene glycol, a chemical polymer
- Macrogol, the name for polyethylene glycol in pharmaceutical contexts
- Parsing expression grammar, a type of formal grammar used in mathematics and computer science
- PCI Express Graphics (PEG), a port for computer graphics cards
- Peg, a rule in the game of backyard cricket
- Peg (fishing), an area set aside for an angler
- Peg solitaire, a board game for one player
- PEG: Pinnacle Entertainment Group, a game company
- Peg, an abbreviation of Peggy (given name), itself a diminutive of the name Margaret.
- PEG, an acronym of Portuguese Eye Gouger, used in reference to José Mourinho after an incident during the 2011 El Clásico.
- PEG, the National Rail code for Pegswood railway station
- PEG, the IATA airport code for San Egidio Airport
- PEG or PEGA channels, public, educational, and government access cable TV channels in the United States
- Peg (currency), or fixed exchange-rate system, a system to value currencies
- PEG ratio, price/earnings to growth ratio, a stock price analysis tool
- "Peg" (song), a song by Steely Dan
- Mnemonic peg system, a memory aid
- Program for the Exceptionally Gifted, a program at Mary Baldwin College
- Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, nicknamed "The Peg"
- Treenails used in woodworking joints such as timber framing, holds joints together, particularly the mortise and tenon joint. Also called a peg, pin or dowel.
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