Pillion

A pillion is a mostly British English term for a secondary pad, cushion, or seat behind the main seat or saddle on a horse, motorcycle, bicycle or moped. A passenger in this seat is said to `ride pillion` or may themselves be referred to as a `pillion.` The word is derived from the Scottish Gaelic for a `little rug,` pillean, which is itself...
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pillion

cushion behind a rider for a bag
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pillion

(pilĀ“yәn) a temporary artificial lower limb.
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pillion

[n] - a seat behind the rider of a horse or motorbike etc.
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Pillion

• (n.) A panel or cushion saddle; the under pad or cushion of saddle; esp., a pad or cushion put on behind a man`s saddle, on which a woman may ride.
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pillion

noun a seat behind the rider of a horse or motorbike etc.
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Pillion

Pil'lion noun [ Ir. pillin , pilliun (akin to Gael. pillean , pillin ), from Ir. & Gael. pill , peall , a skin or hide, probably from Latin pellis . See Pell , noun , Fell skin.] A panel or cushion saddle; the u...
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pillion

A panel or cushion saddle; the under pad or cushion of saddle; especially, a pad or cushion put on behind a man's saddle, on which a woman may ride. 'His [a soldier's] shank pillion without stirrups.' (Spenser) ... Origin: Ir. Pillin, pilliun (akin to Gael. Pillean, pillin), fr. Ir. & Gael. Pill, peall, a skin or hide, prob. Fr. L. Pellis. See ...
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Pillion

A small cushion designed for carrying a passenger mounted behind a solo saddle. Also, can refer to t
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pillion

light pillow or saddle for a woman rider
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