cairn

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A pile of stones heaped up as a landmark, to guide travelers on land or at sea, or to arrest attention, as in surveying, or in leaving traces of an exploring party, etc
A cairn terrier
A rounded or conical heap of stones erected by early inhabitants of the British Isles, apparently as a sepulchral monument

Now here let us place the gray stone of her cairn. -Campbell.

A cairn is a pile of stones which marks a boundary, a route across rough ground, or the top of a mountain. A cairn is sometimes also built in memory of someone. A mound of stones erected as a memorial or marker.cairned adj. a pile of stones that marks a particular place, especially at the top of a mountain (carn)
small rough-haired breed of terrier from Scotland a mound of stones piled up as a memorial or to mark a boundary or path
a pile of stones, commonly used to mark the summit of a hill, or the route up a hill carn/cairn - a cairn, heap of stones; a hill of this shape, as in Cairn Bannoch or Carn Dearg clach - a stone cnap - a little hill, a knob, a lump cnoc - a hillock or smallish hill coire - a corrie col - a pass (see pass) contouring - walking across a hillside so as to keep at that same height, as if walking on a contour line contour line - line on map drawn through places of same height Corbetts, The - list of Scottish mountains over 2500 feet in height but under 3000 feet with a re-ascent of 500 feet on all sides The list was first compiled by Mr J Rooke Corbett There are 220 Corbetts cornice - a consolidated snow bank projecting over the edge of a ridge, plateau or corrie, and formed by prevailing winds corrie - circular hollow on hillside creag - a rock or a crag crevasse - a crack in the surface of a glacier cruach - a stack-shaped hill
A pile of stones or earth and stones that served both as a prehistoric burial site and as a marker of underground tombs
a mound of stones piled up as a memorial or to mark a boundary or path
A mound of stones, often but not always covering a burial site
a pile of rocks used to indicate direction of a trail in a treeless area; usually above timberline or in canyon country
Stones piled up as a landmark, monument or memorial
A pile of stones heaped up as a landmark, or to arrest attention, as in surveying, or in leaving traces of an exploring party, etc
small rough-haired breed of terrier from Scotland
Stones intentionally piled by humans
{i} pile of stones set up as a memorial or mark of some kind
a mound of stones heaped up over a burial, or a memorial or boundary marker
cairn terrier
One of the oldest terrier breeds, originating in the Scottish Highlands
cairn terriers
plural form of cairn terrier
Cairn terrier
A small dog of a breed developed in Scotland, having a broad head and a rough shaggy coat. Breed of terrier developed in Scotland to rout animals that prey on game. The modern breed's characteristics are carefully patterned on those of the dog's ancestor, a 17th-century terrier of the Isle of Skye. This short-legged dog has a short, broad face. Its coarse coat is usually bluish gray, tan, or pale yellowish brown. Generally active, hardy, alert, and spirited, it is valued as a pet and watchdog. It stands 9-10 in. (23-25.5 cm) high and weighs about 13-14 lbs (6-6.5 kg)
Cairns
A city and port in Queensland, Australia
Cairns
a city and port on the north-east coast of Australia in the state of Queensland
cairns
plural of cairn
cairn

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    burial mound

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    [ 'karn, 'kern ] (noun.) 15th century. From Scots cairn, from Scottish Gaelic carn (“heap of stones”); compare Old Irish carn, Welsh carn, probably from a Proto-Celtic word meaning ‘horn’.

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