Pro*pine" (?), v. t. [L. propinare, Gr. ; before + to drink.]

1.

To pledge; to offer as a toast or a health in the manner of drinking, that is, by drinking first and passing the cup.

[Obs.]

The lovely sorceress mixed, and to the prince Health, peace, and joy propined. C. Smart.

2.

Hence, to give in token of friendship.

[Obs.]

3.

To give, or deliver; to subject.

[Obs.]

Fotherby.

 

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Pro*pine" (?), n.

1.

A pledge.

[Obs. or Scot.]

2.

A gift; esp., drink money.

[Obs or Scot.]

 

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Pro"pine (?), n. [Propyl + ethine.] Chem.

Same as Allylene.

 

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