The term saddle may refer to the following:

  • a type of supportive and/or protective structure for a rider or other load, usually made of leather, attached to an animal for riding, such as a horse
  • a seat for a bicycle or motorcycle
  • a device mounted to support an object which it is shaped to fit or hold
  • any object that resembles a saddle in shape, position or function
  • a posterior or lower part of an animal, usually poultry, especially when distinct in shape or marking
  • a cut of meat comprised of the unseparated loin from both sides of an animal, usually mutton, venison or lamb
  • a type of bridge on a string instrument that incorporates a separate bearing surface on which the strings rest
  • a low area or ridge connecting two higher elevations or peaks
  • Chimney saddle (or cricket), a type of ridge structure designed to divert water on a roof around a chimney or a transition area between roofs
  • Saddle point, a single value in a saddle graph or surface that produces the lowest point between two low or valley regions and is also the highest connecting path between two peaks or ridgelines
  • Saddle surface (or saddle graph), a graph containing one or more saddle points
  • Monkey saddle, a type of saddle graph or surface with three dips
  • The Saddle, a mountain in Glen Shiel in Scotland
  • an unincorporated community in Fulton County, Arkansas in the US noted for its somewhat unusual name

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Tanning and dressing of leather/ manufacture of luggage, handbags, saddlery, harness and footwear


 


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