bombard, bumbard (n.)
large leather wine-jug
1H4 II.iv.439[Prince Hal (as King) to Falstaff (as Hal), of Falstaff] Why dost thou converse with ... that huge bombard of sack
H8 V.iv.80[Lord Chamberlain to Porter and Man] here ye lie baiting of bombards [or: drunkard]
Tem II.ii.21[Trinculo to himself] Yond same black cloud ... looks like a foul bombard that would shed his liquor
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