[pak-hawrs] /ˈpækˌhɔrs/

a used for carrying goods, freight, supplies, etc.
a person who works hard or bears a heavy load of responsibility.
a horse used to transport goods, equipment, etc

late 15c., from pack (n.) + horse (n.).


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