Definition for POR'RIN-GER

POR'RIN-GER, n. [Qu. porridge, or Fr. potager; Corn. podzher.]

  1. A small metal vessel in which children eat porridge or milk, or used in the nursery for warming liquors.
  2. A head-dress in the shape of a porringer; in contempt. – Shak.

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