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A foot rest used by horse-riders
referring to women’s pants, a form of trousers commonly worn by women that includes a strap beneath the arch of the foot
A stapes
{n} a kind of iron for a horseman's foot
{i} ring or bent piece of metal which is attached by a strap to the saddle and which receives and holds the foot of a rider
A rope secured to a yard, with a thimble in its lower end for supporting a footrope
See Bridle iron
A loop or ring hung from the saddle that supports the rider's foot
A kind of ring, or bent piece of metal, wood, leather, or the like, horizontal in one part for receiving the foot of a rider, and attached by a strap to the saddle, used to assist a person in mounting a horse, and to enable him to sit steadily in riding, as well as to relieve him by supporting a part of the weight of the body
U-shaped bar providing a stirrup-like support for a member in timber and metal bridges; U-shaped bar placed in concrete constructions to resist diagonal tension (shear) stresses
The stapes- the third and inner bone of the ossicular chain
Any piece resembling in shape the stirrup of a saddle, and used as a support, clamp, etc
Stirrups are the two metal loops which are attached to a horse's saddle by long pieces of leather. You place your feet in the stirrups when riding a horse. one of the rings of metal in which someone riding a horse rests their feet
the stirrup-shaped ossicle that transmits sound from the incus to the cochlea
A shackle which transmits to a connection load from only one lever
support consisting of metal loops into which rider's feet go
stirrup bone
the smallest bone in the human body; it is situated in the ear and passes vibrations from the anvil to cochlea
stirrup pump
a small hand-operated pump; the stirrup-shaped base was placed in a bucket of water, a small hose could direct a stream onto small fires
stirrup cup
a farewell drink (especially one offered to a horseman ready to depart); usually alcoholic
stirrup cup
(In Scotland and Ireland) deoch an doruis, doch-an-dorris, farewell drink, parting drink; cup in which such drink is served
stirrup iron
A stirrup
stirrup leather
The strap used to fasten a stirrup to a saddle. Also called stirrup strap
stirrup pants
stretchy women's trousers that have bands at the bottom of the legs which fit under your feet
stirrup pump
a hand-operated reciprocating pump; used in fighting fires
technique of ankle strapping using rigid tape placed on the ankle, medial to lateral adhering to the undersurface of the heel, mimicking a stirrup
plural of stirrup



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    /ˈstərəp/ /ˈstɜrəp/


    [ 'st&r-&p also ' ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Old English stigrāp, a compound of stig- (from stigan ‘climb’) and rāp ‘rope’.

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