waggon; cart; carriage, coach,
\wag"on\ (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. wagoned (?); p. pr. & vb. n. wagoning.] to transport in a wagon or wagons; as, goods are wagoned from city to city.wagon
\wag"on\, v. i. to wagon goods as a business; as, the man wagons between philadelphia and its suburbs.wagon
\wag"on\ (?), n. [d. wagen. ?136. see wain.] 1.
a wheeled carriage; a vehicle on four wheels, and usually drawn by horses; especially, one used for carrying freight or merchandise.
note: in the united states, light wagons are used for the conveyance of persons and light commodities. 2.
a freight car on a railway. [eng.] 3.
a chariot [obs.] 4.
(astron.) the dipper, or charles's wain.
note: this word and its compounds are often written with two g's (waggon, waggonage, etc.), chiefly in england. the forms wagon, wagonage, etc., are, however, etymologically preferable, and in the united states are almost universally used.wagon
boiler. see the note under boiler, 3.wagon
ceiling (arch.), a semicircular, or wagon-headed, arch or ceiling; -- sometimes used also of a ceiling whose section is polygonal instead of semicircular.wagon
master, an officer or person in charge of one or more wagons, especially of those used for transporting freight, as the supplies of an army, and the like.wagon
shoe, a skid, or shoe, for retarding the motion of a wagon wheel; a drag.wagon
vault. (arch.) see under 1st vault.wagon
any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by a horse or tractor [syn: waggon] 2.
van used by police to transport prisoners [syn: police van, police wagon, paddy wagon, patrol wagon, black maria ] 3.
a group of seven bright stars in the constellation ursa major [syn: big dipper, dipper, plough, charles's wain , wain, wagon] 4.
a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting [syn: coaster wagon] 5.
a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat [syn: beach wagon, station wagon, beach waggon , station waggon, waggon]wagon
heb. aghalah; so rendered in gen. 45:19, 21, 27; 46:5; num. 7:3, 7,8, but elsewhere rendered "cart" (1 sam. 6:7, etc.). this vehicle was used for peaceful purposes. in ezek. 23:24, however, it is the rendering of a different hebrew word, and denotes a war-chariot.
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The Oriental wagon, or arabah, is a vehicle composed of two or three planks fixed on two solid circular blocks of wood from two to five feet in diameter, which serve as wheels. For the conveyance of passengers, mattresses or clothes are laid in the bottom and the vehicle is drawn by buffaloes or oxen. See: Cart and Chariot
A wagon (also spelt waggon in British and Commonwealth English) is a heavy four-wheeled vehicle pulled by draught animals or on occasion by humans (see below), used for transporting goods, commodities, agricultural materials, supplies, and sometimes people. Wagons are distinguished from carts, which have two wheels, and from lighter four-wheeled vehicles primarily for carrying people, such as carriages.
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1. a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
(synonym) Big Dipper, Dipper, Plough, Charles's Wain, Wain
(part-holonym) Great Bear, Ursa Major Noun
1. any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by a horse or tractor
(hypernym) wheeled vehicle
2. van used by police to transport prisoners
(synonym) police van, police wagon, paddy wagon, patrol wagon, black Maria
3. a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting
(synonym) coaster wagon
(hypernym) wheeled vehicle
4. a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
(synonym) beach wagon, station wagon, beach waggon, station waggon, waggon
(hypernym) car, auto, automobile, machine, motorcar
(hyponym) shooting brake, estate car
(part-meronym) tailgate, tailboard
To dream of a wagon, denotes that you will be unhappily mated, and many troubles will prematurely age you.
To drive one down a hill, is ominous of proceedings which will fill you with disquiet, and will cause you loss.
To drive one up hill, improves your worldly affairs.
To drive a heavily loaded wagon, denotes that duty will hold you in a moral position, despite your efforts to throw her off.
To drive into muddy water, is a gruesome prognostication, bringing you into a vortex of unhappiness and fearful foreboding.
To see a covered wagon, foretells that you will be encompassed by mysterious treachery, which will retard your advancement.
For a young woman to dream that she drives a wagon near a dangerous embankment, portends that she will be driven into an illicit entanglement, which will fill her with terror, lest she be openly discovered and ostracised. If she drives across a clear stream of water, she will enjoy adventure without bringing opprobrium upon herself.
A broken wagon represents distress and failure.
To transport in a wagon or wagons; as, goods are wagoned from city to city.
To wagon goods as a business; as, the man wagons between Philadelphia and its suburbs.
The Dipper, or Charles's Wain.
A wheeled carriage; a vehicle on four wheels, and usually drawn by horses; especially, one used for carrying freight or merchandise.
A freight car on a railway.
not troubled by intelligence panel van, often luxuriously appointed with carpet, curtains, etc., as a suitable place for sexual liaisons; sin bin; fuck truck; root ute
a panel van customised for use as a place to sleep (or have sex)
Heb. aghalah; so rendered in Gen. 45:19, 21, 27; 46:5; Num. 7:3, 7,8, but elsewhere rendered "cart" (1 Sam. 6:7, etc.). This vehicle was used for peaceful purposes. In Ezek. 23:24, however, it is the rendering of a different Hebrew word, and denotes a war-chariot.
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