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King James Dictionary
SADDLE, n. sad'l. L. sedeo, sedile.
1. A seat to be placed on a horse's back for the rider to sit on. Saddles are variously made, as the common saddle and the hunting saddle, and for females the side-saddle.
2. Among seamen, a cleat or block of wood nailed on the lower yard-arms to retain the studding sail-booms in their place. The name is given also to other circular pieces of wood as the saddle of the bow-spirit.
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