Definition of teapoy in English:

teapoy

noun

  • A small three-legged table or stand, especially one that holds a tea caddy.

    • ‘Tables, chairs, dining tables and teapoys made of wood as well as cane with glass tops priced from Rs.250 onwards are there in the fair.’
    • ‘All elements are placed on antique looking furniture, teapoys, plant stands and traditional Irani chairs.’
    • ‘While a sofa set consisting of two pairs of cushioned chairs and a small teapoy is priced at Rs.22,500, a television stand is priced Rs.4,950.’
    • ‘Besides, they also have teapoys, telephone stands, mirror frames, puja stands, television stands, cots and room-partitions with designer carvings of floral patterns.’
    • ‘Cots, chairs, teapoys, swings, television stand, sofa - the choice is wide in cane.’

Origin

Early 19th century: from Hindi tī- three + Urdu and Persian pāī foot, the sense and spelling influenced by tea.

Pronunciation:

teapoy

/ˈtiːpɔɪ/