noun Chiefly Eastern Canada and New England.
Origin of pung
Examples from the Web for pung
The man kicked the snow from his trousers and shoe-packs, and climbed into the pung again.The Watchers of the Trails|Charles G. D. Roberts
Hiram helped me into the pung, took his place beside me, and threw a conversational "huddup" to the rakish-looking sorrel colt.Meadow Grass|Alice Brown
As he stood, he saw Jerry pulling the pung under a shed at the back of the barn.Old Crow|Alice Brown
Robert went to the Green Dragon, put new straw in the pung, and was soon back with the team.Daughters of the Revolution and Their Times|Charles Carleton Coffin
The frightened nag reared, and turning sharply about, tipped the pung, completely emptying it of passengers and freight.Dorothy Dainty's Gay Times|Amy Brooks