English to Welsh Meaning :: packhorse

Packhorse :
ceffylau pwn
- ceffylau pwn
 
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Noun(1) a workhorse used as a pack animal

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(1) In the late Middle Ages, there was a toll for crossing the bridge of 1d. per cart or packhorse carrying merchandize.(2) In the foreground a packhorse , loaded with merchandize, is driven towards an inn (with welcoming hostess); a network of inns across the country was important for commerce.(3) Unless you were monstrously tall, you could see nothing in front of you except for the back of someone's head or by chance, the flanks of a donkey or packhorse carrying goods.(4) an old packhorse bridge(5) Before the Kingston / Queenstown road was built goods were taken by steamer or by packhorse from the railhead at Kingston, and this track follows part of the old pack track.(6) I have supplies and a packhorse hidden near the hill that lies a mile north of the city.(7) A one-horse cart could carry much more than a packhorse but travelled more slowly.(8) I started tightening saddles and untying the biggest camp items from the packhorse .(9) But perhaps they would be lucky, and the supplies and the packhorse would be in the middle of all the juniper trees up at the top of the hill.(10) the ore had to be transported by packhorse(11) He licked his lips and urged his horse into a trot; the packhorse followed at the end of its lead.(12) The smallest barge had a capacity vastly greater than the sturdiest packhorse .(13) The Maythorn Cross was a boundary marker at the crossroads of a ‘salt trail’ between Cheshire and Wakefield, where drovers ferried salt in panniers by packhorse .(14) Mullan reported that they had several hundred horses with them, many of which were packhorses and ‘most of them were loaded with heavy bales of dried meat and furs.’(15) The knights all sat impatiently on their mounts, while several grooms loaded some packhorses with a month's worth of supplies, food, blankets, and clothing.(16) Eight geldings, three packhorses and a litter with its team of six litter horses, that had been brought up to Berwick from Whitehall, had already been sent into Scotland to help transport this party on the first leg of its journey.
Related Words
(1) packhorse ::
ceffylau pwn
(2) pack ::
pecyn
(3) horse ::
ceffyl
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