Definition of pendicler in English:

pendicler

noun

Scottish
rare
  • The holder of a pendicle; a tenant of a dependent or sublet part of a main estate.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in ‘Thomas Newte’ (1746–1817), writer (real name William Thomson). From pendicle + -er.

Pronunciation

pendicler

/ˈpɛndɪklə/