Definition of pand in English:

pand

(also pawn, pan)

noun

Scottish
  • A piece of drapery fixed to the frame of a bed (or, in early use, suspended from the canopy), usually in ornamental folds or pleats, so as to conceal the legs; a valance.

Origin

Mid 16th century. From Middle French pante, specifically use of a variant of pente slope of a surface from a vulgar Latin variant of the past participle of classical Latin pendēre.

Pronunciation

pand

/pand/