hame

Part of speech: noun

One of two curved bars fitted to the collar, that hold the traces of a draft- harness.

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Usage examples "hame":

  1. Come on up hame to our virtuous cots! - "The Spoilers of the Valley", Robert Watson.
  2. Jist ye gang hame to auld Duncan, an' tell him to turn the thing ower in 's min' till he's able to sweir to the verra nicht he fan' the bairn in 's lap. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
  3. I almost forget the words now, but I know it runs in this wise: Oh, hame, hame- hame fain wad I be, Hame, hame to my ain countrie, and so on. - "Mrs. Geoffrey", Duchess.