1) A bench or a wooden shelf, especially one for plates; a regional spelling.
1422 the glasse wyndows, the bynkes, the paved flore, York
1549 a side burde with al the bynkes, Elland. A binkboard is found in contexts which suggest that it may have been a long board supported on trestles, either a table or a bench: 1535 a cownter, a chayr, a fyrme with a bynk bord, Mappleton
1554 a sydebord ii chares a forme with a bynkbord, South Cave
1623 one forme and an ould table leafe with one benke, Pudsey
1634 a table, 2 formes, 2 trestles, and a bincke borde and 3 cushions, Elmswell.