Ricker



noun
1.
Also, hayrick. Chiefly Midland U.S. a large, usually rectangular stack or pile of hay, straw, corn, or the like, in a field, especially when thatched or covered by a tarpaulin; an outdoor or makeshift mow.
2.
a stack of cordwood or logs cut to even lengths.
3.
a frame of horizontal bars and vertical supports, as used to hold barrels in a distillery, boxes in a warehouse, etc.
verb (used with object)
4.
to form grain into a stack or pile.
5.
to stack (cordwood) in ricks.
noun
1.
a young kauri tree of New Zealand
noun
1.
a large stack of hay, corn, peas, etc, built in the open in a regular-shaped pile, esp one with a thatched top
verb
2.
(transitive) to stack or pile into ricks
noun
1.
a wrench or sprain, as of the back
verb
2.
(transitive) to wrench or sprain (a joint, a limb, the back, etc)

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