EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIN
If it hadn't a bin in Henry's house I'd took a wrestle out of him.
WE had bin havin' a good deal of argufyin' about the school house.
I must fill the bin of the oxen with hay, and water them, and carry out the dung.
It's yersel' knows the tinder feet that's on me since ever I 've bin in this counthry.
We jumped to our feet an' shouted, for it was the richest placer that had as yet bin found.
If nobody came, then the corn-house, or bin, would be all they wanted of the structure.
It will be your own fault if you haven't a bin of it in your cellar at home.
Oi'm a 'and comb-maker, I sez, and the trade's bin killed this dozen years.
Sence we've come ashore this time you've bin a heap too fresh.
Of course when our potatoes are in the bin we cannot tell from what kind of plants they came.
"receptacle," Old English binne "basket, manger, crib," probably from Gaulish, from Old Celtic *benna, akin to Welsh benn "a cart," especially one with a woven wicker body. The same Celtic word seems to be preserved in Italian benna "dung cart," French benne "grape-gatherer's creel," Dutch benne "large basket," all from Late Latin benna "cart," Medieval Latin benna "basket." Some linguists think there was a Germanic form parallel to the Celtic one.