[sad-l-bild] /ˈsæd lˌbɪld/
a large stork, Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis, of West Africa, having a white and black body and a long, red and black bill.
noun 1. a saddle-shaped pad, as of felt or sheepskin, placed beneath the saddle to prevent it from irritating the horse’s skin.
- Saddle block
noun 1. (surgery) a type of spinal anaesthesia producing sensory loss in the buttocks, inner sides of the thighs, and perineum
noun 1. a form of spinal anesthesia that produces loss of sensation in the buttocks, perineum, and inner thighs. saddle block anesthesia n. A form of spinal anesthesia limited in area to the buttocks, perineum, and inner surfaces of the thighs.
noun 1. the arched front part of a saddle or saddletree. noun 1. the pommel of a saddle