noun, plural pi·nards [pee-nar; English pee-nahrz]. /piˈnar; English piˈnɑrz/. French Informal.
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I have returned with the living, singing, greedy of life,—a bed of hay paradise and a can of Pinard the ecstasy of forgetfulness.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
Just then Pinard glided in at the door and came up to Queen Catherine, slipping in like an eel, close to the wall.
"Pinard has disturbed your mind, Robertet," said the Cardinal sternly.
And to think they had slept several months over this precious pinard without knowing it!A Blue Devil of France|G. P. Capart
No one knows where the poilu slang word "Pinard" came from, but everyone knows what it means."I was there"|C. LeRoy Baldridge