- To throw a pitched ball over the edge of home plate for a strike.
- To go on a spree.
- to cover up with or as with a coat of paint
- to go on a boisterous spree; carouse
Other Word Forms of Paint
Origin of Paint
From Middle English painten to paint from Old French peintier from peint past participle of peindre from Latin pingere peig- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English, from Old French paincter, itself from paint, the past participle paindre, from Latin pingō (“to paint") (perfect passive participle pictus).
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