A "cairn" is a heap of stones thrown together in a conical form to mark the grave, or in memory, of a person.
Clawbonny and Bell walked to the cairn with picks in their hands.
Urged by fear, I sprang from the cairn, and fled towards the hill, across the swamp.
Clawbonny and Bell, armed with their pickaxes made for the cairn.
That night Hiarandi was laid in his cairn, which they made of stones, by the edge of the cliff where all mariners could see it.
He would begin to-morrow with the cairn for the rock-plants.
He would then sing,—I seated myself upon the mossy stone above the cairn; the mist resembled outstretched canvas.
In a cairn on the point Fitzjames placed a brief record, and that is all.
"I have made it all right at the office, Rob," said Dr. cairn.
Presently there loomed before him, gleaming in the moonlight, the cairn.