[pin-der] /ˈpɪn dər/
522?–443? b.c, Greek poet.
?518–?438 bc, Greek lyric poet, noted for his Epinikia, odes commemorating victories in the Greek games
noun, Prosody. 1. an ode consisting of several units, each of which is composed of a strophe and an antistrophe of identical form followed by a contrasting epode. noun 1. a form of ode associated with Pindar consisting of a triple unit or groups of triple units, with a strophe and an antistrophe of identical […]
[pin-der] /ˈpɪn dər/ noun, Southern U.S. (chiefly South Carolina) . 1. .
[pind-ling] /ˈpɪnd lɪŋ/ adjective, Older Use. 1. puny; sickly; frail; weak. [pind-ling] /ˈpɪnd lɪŋ/ noun 1. Lynden Oscar (“Father of the Bahamas”) 1930–2000, Bahamian political leader: first prime minister 1967–92. /ˈpɪndlɪŋ/ adjective (dialect) 1. (Western English) peevish or fractious 2. (US) sickly or puny
[pin-duh-lawl, -lol] /ˈpɪn dəˌlɔl, -ˌlɒl/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a synthetic beta blocker, C 1 4 H 2 0 N 2 O 2 , used in the management of hypertension. pindolol pin·do·lol (pĭn’də-lôl’, -lōl’) n. A beta-blocker used in the treatment of hypertension.
[pin-doh] /ˈpɪn doʊ/ noun 1. a feather palm, Butia capitata, of Brazil, having long, arching leaves, grayish beneath, and small, egg-shaped fruit.