The Tarw,” said she, “and this village is called pandy Teirw.
Passing on we came to a place called pandy uchaf, or the higher Fulling mill.
Perhaps a pandy had been lying down there where he and Alec stood.
At the entrance of this valley and just before you reach the pandy, which it nearly overhangs, is an enormous crag.
The fourth is a long one-shot hole in a seaward direction, and the next is pandy.
Master pandy had played a doubtful game for heavy stakes, and had lost all.
Also potatoes mashed with butter and milk; same as 'pandy,' which see.
pandy, pan′di, n. a stroke on the palm as a school punishment.
pandy has quite given up fighting, except pot-shots under cover, and runs at the very sight of troops advancing.