pannier

/ˈpanɪə/
noun
1 A basket, especially one of a pair carried by a beast of burden.
1.1 Each of a pair of bags or boxes fitted on either side of the rear wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle.
2 historical Part of a skirt looped up round the hips.
2.1 A frame supporting a pannier of a skirt.

Origin
Middle English from Old French panier, from Latin panarium ‘bread basket’, from panis ‘bread’.

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Frankly, Roy never called his saddle bags panniers. Though he might have considered it for the pack mule.

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A tisket a tasket
Come, fill up your basket.
Saturday is the best day
To visit the farmers’ market, okay?

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