among the two curved wooden or metal items of a harness that fits round the neck of a draft pet and which the traces tend to be connected.
A covering, skin, membrane.
Part of the harness that fits across the throat of a draught horse that reins pass through.
Scottish type of house
Alternative type of halm.
among two curved items of metal or wood, into the use of a draught horse, that the traces tend to be fastened. These are typically fitted upon the collar, or have pads fitting the horse's neck attached to them.
A covering; a skin; a membrane.
One of two curved items of wood or metal into the use of a draft-horse, that the traces tend to be fastened, and which lie upon the collar or have pads attached with them suitable the horse's throat. See cut-under use.
An obsolete or dialectal as a type of halm.
A Scotch as a type of residence.
stable gear composed of either of two curved aids which can be connected to the collar of a draft horse and that contain the traces