Word of the day

Gyascutus – an imaginary large four-legged beast with legs on one side longer than on the other for walking on hillsides.

3 Responses to Word of the day

  1. JC says:

    Heh, we had a paddock we called the “One legged paddock”.. I wonder how many of them were so named around the country.


  2. Iain H says:

    So the wild haggis is a type of gyascutus. Good to know.

  3. When you put a gyascutus on a level, they only turn in one direction. For example, Metiria Turei and Russel Norman only go left.
    – Jeff

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