- a storage shed or other attachment to the back of a house.
Origin of linhay
compare dial. (SW England, Ireland) linhay shed, open building; of uncertain origin
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Examples from the Web for linhay
That 'orse must 'a' galloped into the linhay and killed him.Beyond
Her yard and boom were in his linhay, the sheet and downhaul in Tony's.A Poor Man's House
Stephen Sydney Reynolds
Then she lighted the lantern, and went to the linhay for more cider.
Mary went into the linhay, which was used by Peter as a place for storing peat.
At the linhay door she knocked, again getting an impatient answer.The Unknown Sea
- dialect a farm building with an open front
C17: of unknown origin
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