Definition of Piend. Meaning of Piend. Synonyms of Piend

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Definition of Piend

Piend
Piend Piend, n. [Cf. Dan. pind a peg.] See Peen.

Meaning of Piend from wikipedia

- an estate ****essed for the stipend of the clergy, and archaic Scottish piends film, -s /ˈ-ɪlm, -z/ rhymes with pilm, Scottish word for dust. The plural...
- dated design for that time, Edrom House is a simple cl****ical rectangular piend-roofed house. A design introduced by Sir William Bruce in the 17th century...
- north-western angle of the church were built in 1909–10, also by Chalmers. Piend-roofed, with mullioned and leaded windows. In 1898–99, the architect Peter...
- late 18th century the original flat roof was replaced with the present piend (hipped) roof. A major refit was carried out in 1835–1837, including works...
- restore the herb garden. The house comprises a two-storey main block with a piend roof. To this was added in 1737 a wing to the south, and in 1740 a larger...
- Construction is of dressed rubble with pinnings and cherry ****ing under a piend slate roof. The roof is a particularly fine feature of the building, combined...
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