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nounEnglish Regional, West, Welsh English
A gable or gable end.
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Thomas Richards (d. 1790), lexicographer and Church of England clergyman. Alteration of either pinion or its Welsh equivalent piniwn, with second element after end.
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