noun, plural pi·nards [pee-nar; English pee-nahrz] /piˈnar; English piˈnɑrz/. French Informal.
Examples from the Web for pinard
Historical Examples of pinard
It's worth starving to death on singe and pinard for four months.One Man's Initiation--1917
John Dos Passos
"Pinard has disturbed your mind, Robertet," said the Cardinal sternly.The Works of Honor de Balzac
Honor de Balzac
"Pinard has upset your mind, Robertet," said the cardinal, sternly.Catherine de' Medici
Honore de Balzac
This is the opinion of Pinard, the chief authority on this matter.Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6 (of 6)
No one knows where the poilu slang word "Pinard" came from, but everyone knows what it means."I was there"
C. LeRoy Baldridge