pandy definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Classical Latin pande, open (your hand), imperative of pandere, to extend ; from Indo-European an unverified form pand-, variant, variety of base an unverified form pet-, to stretch out from source fathom
pandy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
transitive verb pan·died, pan·dy·ing, pan·dies
Origin: Probably from Latin pandē, imperative sg. of pandēre, to spread out, open (the palm); see petə- in Indo-European roots.