pillion
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈpɪlɪjən/
Noun

pillion (plural pillions)

  1. A pad behind the saddle of a horse for a second rider.
  2. A similar second saddle on a motorcycle for a passenger.
  3. The person riding in the pillion.
  4. The cushion of a saddle.
Translations Translations
  • German: Sozius
  • Spanish: de paquete
Adverb

pillion

  1. Riding behind the driving rider, as when positioned on the rump of a mount.
Verb

pillion (pillions, present participle pillioning; past and past participle pillioned)

  1. To ride on a pillion.
  2. To put a pillion on a horse.



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