Origin of pinder
First recorded in 1690–1700, pinder is from the Kongo word mpinda, or a cognate Bantu word
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Examples from the Web for pinder
Pinder, 29, appears to be nonplussed, telling the website, “The shoot is meant to be fun and very tongue-in-cheek.”Catholics Pissed Over Busty Model's Topless Pics Mocking Pope
March 8, 2013
"That's just reet," said Pinder, when his wife bote hur tung i' two!Lancashire Sketches
There is a parody upon the same ballad in the "Pinder of Wakefield" (London, 1621).
After a short but sharp contest, the kite fell suddenly to the earth, not far from Mr. Pinder.
Pinder, the man in charge of the pound or pinfold, was the name of a famous wicket-keeper of the last century.The Romance of Words (4th ed.)
“Billy,” as the gentleman was ordinarily called, occupied the position of pinder for a score of years.Adventures and Recollections
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