Definition of linhay in English:

linhay

Line breaks: lin¦hay
Pronunciation: /ˈlɪni
 
/

noun

dialect
A shed or other farm building open in front, typically with a lean-to roof.
More example sentences
  • The plan is to build modern clay dries as well as linhays for each siding on the same foot-print.
  • The cob linhay was in very poor condition and had lost its original roof timbers and a substantial section of the cob walling.
  • When housed in old fashioned linhays in January the cattle enjoy deep organic straw beds and a diet of pea/barley wholecrop and haylage.

Origin

late 17th century: of unknown origin.

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