Definition of Pandy

1. Noun. A fulling mill. ¹



2. Verb. (transitive) To strike on the palm of the hand with a strap as a school punishment. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pandy

1. to punish by striking the hand [v -DIED, -DYING, -DIES]

Medical Definition of Pandy

1. Kalman, Hungarian neurologist, *1868. See: Pandy's test, Pandy's reaction. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pandy

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pandore
pandores
pandoro
pandour
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pandowdies
pandowdy
pands
pandura
panduras
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pandurate leaf
panduriform
panduriform leaf
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pandybats
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pandæmonism
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paned
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panegoism
panegyric
panegyrical
panegyrically
panegyrick

Literary usage of Pandy

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1. The Expansion of British India (1818-1858) by George Anderson, Manilal Bhagwandas Sudebar (1918)
"The sepoy, Mungal Pandy, about 4 o'clock pm, was straggling backwards and forwards in front of the quarter-guard, armed with a musket and sword; ..."

2. The Mahávansi, the Rájá-ratnácari, and the Rájá-vali: Forming the Sacred and by Mahānāma, Edward Upham, Abhayarāja, William Buckley Fox (1833)
"The king was afterwards married to the princess, the daughter of the King Pandy, and was crowned, and reigned in tranquillity in the city ..."

3. Cerebrospinal Fluid in Health and in Disease by Abraham Levinson (1919)
"Pandy One drop of cerebrospinal fluid is added to one cc of a concentrated solution of carbolic acid (1 part of phenol crystals to 15 parts of water). ..."

4. Wild Wales: Its People, Language, and Scenery by George Henry Borrow (1907)
"... English dialect—I repeat, if I add this, I think I have said all that is necessary about Llangollen Fair. CHAPTER XXIII An Expedition—Pont y Pandy—The ..."

5. The Lawrences of the Punjab by Frederick P. Gibbon (1908)
"... Pandy—Lawrence's Popularity and Influence—An Abortive Revolt—Speech to the People. OUTRAM, who had remained at Lucknow as Chief Commissioner, ..."

6. The Lawrences of the Punjab by Frederick P. Gibbon (1908)
"... Pandy—Lawrence's Popularity and Influence—An Abortive Revolt—Speech to the People. OUTRAM, who had remained at Lucknow as Chief Commissioner, ..."

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