1) To shut up or enclose, to impound an animal that has trespassed.
1466 I never knewe no pyndyng off noo catell off the tenantes … oonly fro scapes makyng, Sand Hutton
1522-3 if it happen the cattalle of the said abbot … to come ouer the water of Swaile to put thame ouer agayn without pyndyng … to pynd any catalle … for damage fesaunte, Hudswell
1643 and 2s 6d he laid out for pinding, Elmswell. As a noun it had the same meaning as ‘pinfold’: 1674 taking horses away violently from the common pinde, Elmswell.