Shealing



noun, Scot.
1.
shieling.
noun, Scot.
1.
a pasture or grazing ground.
2.
a shepherd’s or herdsman’s hut or rough shelter on or near a grazing ground.
noun (mainly Scot)
1.
a rough, sometimes temporary, hut or shelter used by people tending cattle on high or remote ground
2.
pasture land for the grazing of cattle in summer

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