A garden tool that is used for digging and starts with the letter "s" is the garden shovel called a spade.
Wooden digging stick
Mutt is the name of a tool used to chop roots.
There is no synonym for hoe. A hoe is a tool used for digging and thinning the soil.
A person or animal that digs. Even, a tool that is used for the same purpose of digging.
Tlaloc is holding a "digging stick." A digging stick was an early agricultural tool used for a variety of tasks -- digging up plant roots that provided food and to get at underground animals. Also, used as an early hoe.
Pick can be a noun and a verb. Noun: e.g. a tool used for digging/a tool used for unlocking a lock. Verb: e.g. to grasp and pull with the fingers.
A spade is a garden tool with a sharp edge on the end. It's used for digging and is similar to a shovel.A spade can also be a suit of cards. They are the black ones that look like the blade of a spade.
It's a nickname for potatoes, that derives from the short (spade) tool that was used for hand-digging potatoes out of the ground.
It is a tool employing a broad chisel blade that is mounted perpendicular to the handle used for digging. The largest version is used by firefighters on timber fires and is often called a pulaski.
mainly horses and carriages.
In the early 1900s the Iditarod trail was used to bring serum to Nome.
It is a type of large pick that has one end of its blade shaped like an adze, used for loosening soil and cutting roots
A spade is a tool used for digging. It is also one of a suit of playing cards. During the Civil War era, it was a derogatory term for African Americans.
A pick was used for digging.
In the 1900s people used horses for farming, trasportation, (even if they had cars) food, leather, and riding.
The first tools invented was used by early transitional humans about 2.5 million years ago. The tools were multipurpose hammering, digging and chopping implements.
Europeans used slaves to develop land as laborers.
All types currently used, the 1900s ended on dec 31, 1999