Officer of a *manor responsible for stray animals. In the Boldon Book, the existence of pinderland was mentioned. It indicated that whoever held pinderland should be the pinder, i.e. the officer responsible for strays. [< OldEngl. pyndan = to enclose or impound] -

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  • Pinder — is the surname of: * George Pinder, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering * George Pinder, 19th century English cricketer * Gerry Pinder * John J. Pinder, Jr. (1912 1944), American Soldier in World War II * Kendall Nathaniel Mintcake… …   Wikipedia

  • Pinder — Pin der, n. [AS. pyndan to pen up, fr. pund a pound.] One who impounds; a poundkeeper. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Pinder — This interesting name is job descriptive for an Official of the Manor or Village responsible for impounding stray cattle or other domestic animals and hold them within a Pound . The surname is also found as Pounder or the metonymic Pound , the… …   Surnames reference

  • Pinder — Pịnder,   Wilhelm, Kunsthistoriker, * Kassel 25. 6. 1878, ✝ Berlin 13. 5. 1947; war Professor in Darmstadt (1910), Breslau (1917 und 1919), Straßburg (1918), Leipzig (1920) und München (1927). Ab 1936 lehrte er in Berlin. Pinder widmete seine… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • pinder — /pin deuhr/, n. Southern U.S. (chiefly South Carolina). peanut. [1690 1700; < Kongo mpinda, or a cognate Bantu word] * * * …   Universalium

  • Pinder — oberdeutsche Schreibweise von Binder …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • pinder — pin·der …   English syllables

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  • Pinder, New Brunswick — Pinder is a Canadian community in York County, New Brunswick.It is adjacent to the community of Temperance Vale and was named for sawmill owner and member of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick, James K. Pinder …   Wikipedia

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