hayloft

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hay·loft

 (hā′lôft′, -lŏft′)
n.
A loft for storing hay. Also called haymow.

hayloft

(ˈheɪlɒft)
n
(Agriculture) agriculture the upper part of a barn, used for storing hay

hay•loft

(ˈheɪˌlɔft, -ˌlɒft)

n.
a loft in a stable or barn for the storage of hay.
[1565–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hayloft - a loft in a barn where hay is storedhayloft - a loft in a barn where hay is stored
barn - an outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed and housing farm animals
attic, garret, loft - floor consisting of open space at the top of a house just below roof; often used for storage
Translations

hayloft

[ˈheɪlɒft] Nhenil m, henal m
References in classic literature ?
The harvesters slept in the hayloft because it was cooler there than in the house.
It may seem strange to say -- but it is true all the same -- that the clean, fresh smell there was about him made me take to him; no smell of old beer and tobacco, which I hated, but a fresh smell as if he had come out of a hayloft.
Herb Blewett fell off the hayloft last Wednesday, and rolled right down through the turnip chute into the box stall, where they had a fearful wild, cross horse, and rolled right under his heels.