One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
with object To unbind or release (the arms or legs of a restrained person); to unshackle or free (a person) in this way. Also (and in earliest use) figurative: to free from (especially mental) limitations or restrictions.
Late 16th century (in an earlier sense). In sense 1 from un- + pinion.
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