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thill

[ thil ]
/ θɪl /
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noun
either of the pair of shafts of a vehicle between which a draft animal is harnessed.
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Origin of thill

1275–1325; Middle English thille shaft < ?
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British Dictionary definitions for thill

thill
/ (θɪl) /

noun
archaic another word for shaft (def. 6)

Word Origin for thill

C14: perhaps related to Old English thille board, planking, Old High German dilla plank, Old Norse thili
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