PasquinPas"quin\, n. [It. pasquino a mutilated statue at Rome, set up against the wall of the place of the Orsini; -- so called from a witty cobbler or tailor, near whose shop the statue was dug up. On this statue it was customary to paste satiric papers.] A lampooner; also, a lampoon. See Pasquinade. The Grecian wits, who satire first began, Were pleasant pasquins on the life of man. --Dryden.
PasquinPas"quin\, v. t. To lampoon; to satiraze. [R.] To see himself pasquined and affronted. --Dryden.