[pen-shuh-ner] /ˈpɛn ʃə nər/
a person who receives or lives on a .
a student at Cambridge University who pays for his or her commons and other expenses, and is not supported by any foundation.
Obsolete. a gentleman-at-arms.
a person who is receiving a pension, esp an old-age pension from the state
a person dependent on the pay or bounty of another
(obsolete, Brit) another name for gentleman-at-arms
late 15c., from Anglo-French pensionner, from Old French pensionnier (mid-14c.), from Medieval Latin pensionarius, from pension (see pension (n.)).
noun 1. a fund created and maintained, as by a corporation, to provide benefits under a pension plan.
- Pension mortgage
noun 1. an arrangement whereby a person takes out a mortgage and pays the capital repayment instalments into a pension fund and the interest to the mortgagee. The loan is repaid out of the tax-free lump sum proceeds of the pension plan on the borrower’s retirement
noun 1. a systematic plan created and maintained, as by a corporation, to make regular payments of benefits to retired or disabled employees, either on a contributory or a noncontributory basis. 2. (def 1).
[pen-siv] /ˈpɛn sɪv/ adjective 1. dreamily or wistfully thoughtful: a pensive mood. 2. expressing or revealing thoughtfulness, usually marked by some sadness: a pensive adagio. /ˈpɛnsɪv/ adjective 1. deeply or seriously thoughtful, often with a tinge of sadness 2. expressing or suggesting pensiveness adj. late 14c., from Old French pensif “thoughtful, distracted, musing” (11c.), from […]