Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See garran.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Scot. Same as garran.

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  • noun A small and usually disdained type of horse, typically bred in Scotland and Ireland.

Etymologies

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From Scottish Gaelic gearran, Irish gearrán.

Examples

  • Perhaps they resembled some of the sturdy British ponies still around today, such as the Fell Pony or the Highland Pony, also called a garron.

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  • Perhaps they resembled some of the sturdy British ponies still around today, such as the Fell Pony or the Highland Pony, also called a garron.

    Horses in seventh-century England

  • Two captains ride before them on shaggy ponies, the taller in armor, stained and rusted with many a storm and fray, the other in brilliant inlaid cuirass and helmet, gaudy sash and plume, and sword hilt glittering with gold, a quaint contrast enough to the meager garron which carries him and his finery.

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  • Actually, you can go to "Edit Profile" at the top of this (your) screen and then follow the instructions under user profile. garron

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  • Actually, you can go to "Edit Profile" at the top of this (your) screen and then follow the instructions under user profile. garron

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  • I'll be available for some free labor say mid August/1st September if it can help. garron bailey

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  • Gailenga, at Telach-Maine; the buck speaking out of the bodies of the thieves in the territory of Ui-Meith; the travelling of the garron without any guide to Druimmic-Ublae, when he lay down beside the grain of wheat; the chariot, without a charioteer, [going] from Armagh to

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  • There was a strange thumping at my ribs when I had the garron at the door, and would be tramping the long yellow straw from his forefeet, and I led him out of the yard and we were on the shoulder of the black hill when the moon was beginning to go down.

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran

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