- either of two curved pieces lying upon the collar in the harness of an animal, to which the traces are fastened.
Origin of hame
Examples from the Web for hame
Historical Examples of hame
He wantit her hame; and he's no are to dee onything ill, or at the wrang moment!Salted With Fire
That once I shore split his pants for him with a hame strop.Chit-Chat; Nirvana; The Searchlight
Mathew Joseph Holt
"They's a hame strap busted and Bill's loosin' all his furniture," explained the boy.
Anybody that can work hard enough to bust a hame strap has my approval.
Ye mind 'at she keepit him at hame frae the kirk on Sabbath, because he had a cauld?A Window in Thrums
J. M. Barrie
- either of the two curved bars holding the traces of the harness, attached to the collar of a draught animal
Word Origin for hame
- a Scot word for home