Origin of menhir
Examples from the Web for menhir
In many cases the menhir is surrounded by one or more rows of stones.Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders|T. Eric Peet
Then the mountain piper sunk down breathless at the foot of the Menhir.Breton Legends|Anonymous
In the centre of this stands a granite pillar (Menhir) six or seven feet high.
Two steps took me to the menhir, and I drew my seax that I might do as he asked me.A Prince of Cornwall|Charles W. Whistler
Thus it is believed in many localities that a "menhir" in the neighbourhood turns on its axis at midnight.