wain

  1. English writer (1925-1994)
  2. a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
  3. large open farm wagon

Wain

Ancient Measurement Terms: Weight. See: Cart-load. About 19½ hundredweight, dependent upon material. Also, six sacks where each sack is five fotmal. (also called cart-load, load, wain, etc.)
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wain

[n] - English writer (1925-1994) 2. [n] - large open farm wagon
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Wain

Wain noun [ Middle English wain , Anglo-Saxon wægn ; akin to D. & German wagen , Old High German wagan , Icelandic & Swedish vagn , Danish vogn , and English way . ... .......... See Way , Weigh , and confer Wagon .]
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wain

1. A four-wheeled vehicle for the transportation of goods, produce, etc.; a wagon. 'The wardens see nothing but a wain of hay.' (Jeffrey) 'Driving in ponderous wains their household goods to the seashore.' (Longfellow) ... 2. A chariot. The Wain. ... <astronomy> See Charles's Wain, in the Vocabulary. Wain rope, a cart rope. ... Origin: OE. Wa...
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wain

noun large open farm wagon
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Wain

• A kind of large broad-wheeled wagon, usually covered, for traveling in soft soil and on prairies. • (n.) A four-wheeled vehicle for the transportation of goods, produce, etc.; a wagon. • (n.) A chariot.
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WAIN

[AM] WAIN (1270 AM) is a radio station licensed to Columbia, Kentucky, USA. The station is currently owned by Forcht Broadcasting. ...
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wain

child
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Wain

A wain is a type of horse- or oxen-drawn, load-carrying vehicle, used for agricultural purposes rather than transporting people. A wagon or cart, usually four wheeled. For example a haywain. It normally has four wheels but the term has now acquired slightly poetical connotations so is not always used with technical correctness. However, a two-whee...
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