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Pinder

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One who impounds cattle, or takes care of the cattle impounded; thus George-a-Green was the “Pinder of Wakefield,” and his encounter with Robin Hood, Scarlet, and Little John forms the subject of one of the Robin Hood ballads. (Anglo-Saxon pund, a fold.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pimlico
Pin (A)
Pin
Pin Money
Pinabello or Pinabel (in Orlando Furioso)
Pinchbeck
Pindar
Pindar and the Bees
Pindar of Wakefield (George-a-Green)
Pindaric Verse
Pinder
Pindorus (in Jerusalem Delivered)
Pine-bender (The)
Pink (A)
Pink of Perfection (The)
Piony or Peony
Piou-piou
Pious
Pip
Pipe
Pipe Rolls or Great Rolls of the Pipe

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Pindar of Wakefield (George-a-Green)