pipkin

noun
pip·kin | \ˈpip-kən \

Definition of pipkin 

: a small earthenware or metal pot usually with a horizontal handle

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Pipkins, who pleaded guilty Feb. 2 in the conspiracy is scheduled for sentencing June 1. Laura Mcknight, NOLA.com, "7th Ward heroin-ring leader, key players sentenced in federal court," 25 May 2017 Pipkins originally signed to play in college at Michigan. Tod Palmer, kansascity.com, "Charles Harris is only Missouri Tiger to be taken in 2017 NFL Draft," 29 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of pipkin

1554, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pipkin

perhaps from pipe

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