Pembroke table

noun
Pem·​broke table | \ ˈpem-ˌbrōk- How to pronounce Pembroke table (audio) , -ˌbru̇k- How to pronounce Pembroke table (audio) \

Definition of Pembroke table

: a small 4-legged table originating in the Georgian period and having two drop leaves and a drawer

First Known Use of Pembroke table

1778, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Pembroke table

Pembroke, Wales

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