noun pi·nard \(ˈ) pē¦när\

Definition of pinard



  1. :  a red French table wine sometimes issued to French soldiers

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Origin and Etymology of pinard

French, from pineau, pinot any of several vinifera grapes used especially for wine-making (from Middle French, from pine pinecone, from pin pine, from Latin pinus) + -ard — more at pine

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a trip made at another's expense

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