noun Date: 1818 1. a beaten or trodden path 2. a series of fossil footprints (as of a dinosaur)

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  • Trackway — Track way , n. Any of two or more narrow paths, of steel, smooth stone, or the like, laid in a public roadway otherwise formed of an inferior pavement, as cobblestones, to provide an easy way for wheels. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • trackway — ► NOUN ▪ a path formed by the repeated treading of people or animals …   English terms dictionary

  • Trackway — A trackway is an ancient route of travel for people and/or animals. In biology, a trackway can be a set of impressions in the soft earth, usually a set of footprints, left by an animal. A fossil trackway is the fossilized imprint of a trackway.… …   Wikipedia

  • trackway — /trak way /, n. 1. railway (def. 3). 2. a path or roadway; track. [1810 20; TRACK + WAY1] * * * …   Universalium

  • trackway — noun A set of footprints left in soft ground by a human or animal; especially such a fossilized track …   Wiktionary

  • trackway — noun a path formed by the repeated treading of people or animals …   English new terms dictionary

  • trackway — n. a beaten path; an ancient roadway …   Useful english dictionary

  • Trackway (disambiguation) — Trackway can refer to:Technical terms* Trackway mdash;Trackway can refer to animal or human tracks. Military trackways, occur because of high use, or high volume. Trackways also occurred in Central America and South American historical societies …   Wikipedia

  • Corlea Trackway — The Corlea Trackway in 2009 The Corlea Trackway is an Iron Age trackway, or togher, near the village of Kenagh, south of Longford town, County Longford, in the Republic of Ireland. It was known locally as the Danes Road. It can be found in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Fossil trackway — A fossil trackway is a type of fossil impression, a trackway made by a once living organism, usually by its feet. The majority of known fossil trackways are made by fossil dinosauria, or tetrapods, or bipeds. However other animal species also… …   Wikipedia

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