A cairn in the mountains of Yorkshire.
cairn definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Scottish ; from Gaelic carn, an elevation ; from Indo-European base an unverified form ker-n-, highest part of the body, horn, hence tip, peak from source Classical Latin cornu, horn, extremity, summit
- cairned adjective
cairn definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Origin: Middle English carne, from Scottish Gaelic carn, from Old Irish.
- cairned cairned adjective