Pend

Pend is a Scottish architectural term referring to a passageway that passes through a building, often from a street through to a courtyard, and typically designed for vehicular rather than exclusively pedestrian access. A pend is distinct from a vennel or a close, as it has rooms directly above it, whereas vennels and closes are not covered over b...
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Pend

• (v. i.) To hang; to depend. • (n.) Oil cake; penock. • (v. t.) To pen; to confine. • (v. i.) To be undecided, or in process of adjustment.
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Pend

Pend intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Pended ; present participle & verbal noun Pending .] [ Latin pendere .] 1. To hang; to depend. [ R.] « Pending upon certain powerful motions.» I...
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Pend

Pend noun Oil cake; penock. [ India]
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Pend

Pend transitive verb [ Confer pen to shut in, or Anglo-Saxon pyndan , English pound an inclosure.] To pen; to confine. [ R.] « ended within the limits . . . of Greece.» Udall.
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Pend

an open ended passage through a building, at ground level
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Pend

an open ended passage through a building, at ground level
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Pend

open-ended passageway through a building; usually vehicular as against close which is pedestrian. Originally a Scots word for an archway, as distinct from an open lane or vennel. See close, alley.
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