Piend
Piend \Piend\, n. [Cf. Dan. pind a peg.] See {Peen}. [1913 Webster]

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  • piend — Peen Peen, n. [Cf. G. pinne pane of a hammer.] (a) A round edged, or hemispherical, end to the head of a hammer or sledge, used to stretch or bend metal by indentation. (b) The sharp edged end of the head of a mason s hammer. [Spelt also {pane},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • piend — /peend/, n. arris. Also, pien /peen/. [1835 45; perh. var. of PEEN] * * * …   Universalium

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  • pane — Peen Peen, n. [Cf. G. pinne pane of a hammer.] (a) A round edged, or hemispherical, end to the head of a hammer or sledge, used to stretch or bend metal by indentation. (b) The sharp edged end of the head of a mason s hammer. [Spelt also {pane},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Peen — Peen, n. [Cf. G. pinne pane of a hammer.] (a) A round edged, or hemispherical, end to the head of a hammer or sledge, used to stretch or bend metal by indentation. (b) The sharp edged end of the head of a mason s hammer. [Spelt also {pane},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pein — Peen Peen, n. [Cf. G. pinne pane of a hammer.] (a) A round edged, or hemispherical, end to the head of a hammer or sledge, used to stretch or bend metal by indentation. (b) The sharp edged end of the head of a mason s hammer. [Spelt also {pane},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • arris — /ar is/, n. Archit. 1. a sharp ridge, as between adjoining channels of a Doric column. 2. the line, ridge, or hip formed by the meeting of two surfaces at an exterior angle. Also called piend. [1670 80; < MF areste; see ARÊTE] * * * …   Universalium

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