pinfold

noun pin·fold \ ˈpin-ˌfōld \

Definition of pinfold

1 :2pound 1a
2 :a place of restraint

Origin and Etymology of pinfold

Middle English, from Old English pundfald, from pund- enclosure + fald fold


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