Packsaddle



[pak-sad-l] /ˈpækˌsæd l/

noun
1.
a saddle specifically designed for holding or supporting the load on a pack animal.
/ˈpækˌsædəl/
noun
1.
a saddle hung with packs, equipment, etc, used on a pack animal
n.

also pack-saddle, “saddle for supporting packs on the back of a mount,” late 14c., pakke sadil; from pack (n.) + saddle (n.).

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