pawn

pawn
I
To deliver personal property to another in pledge, or as security for a debt or sum borrowed
II
A bailment of goods to a creditor, as security for some debt or engagement; a pledge; a deposit of personal property made to a pawnbroker as security for a loan. That sort of bailment when goods or chattels are delivered to another as security to him for money borrowed of him by the bailor. Also the specific chattel delivered to the creditor as a pledge.

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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Synonyms:
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