Definition of off-saddle in English:

off-saddle

verb

South African
  • 1no object To unsaddle a horse, etc., especially for a rest; (hence, by extension) to make a break in a journey.

  • 2with object To unsaddle (a horse, etc.), especially for a rest or break in a journey.

Origin

Early 19th century. From off- + saddle, after Dutch afzadelen to unsaddle.

Pronunciation

off-saddle

/ɒfˈsadl/