A small metal drinking cup: a pannikin of water
More example sentences
- Neither words nor time are wasted as pannikins of tea are drunk and braised steak is eaten.
- At the end of a hard day's work the men would drink down a big pannikin of scalding hot tea, and feel that it was a pretty good world.
- The raintrees provided a cover of dappled sunlight for guests as they quaffed jam and scones with a cup of tea served in pannikins by women in pinafores and lace caps, all in aid of the 125th anniversary of the Territory's first homestead.
early 19th century: from pan1, on the pattern of cannikin.
Definition of pannikin in:
- The US English dictionary