Windmill

Windmill

A building with sails that turn in the wind to generate power and grind grain into flour

Wild Deer

Wild Deer

Mammal living in a herd that eats then regurgitates, before chewing the resultant cud and digesting a second time

White Horse

White Horse

Ipswich hotel made famous by Charles Dickens, who wrote ‘The Pickwick Papers’ there

Whistle

Whistle

Shrill noise used to call or alert made by blowing an instrument, or sound made through pursued lips

Wherry Boat

Wherry Boat

Cargo or passenger sailing barge familiar in Suffolk and Norfolk, with a low angled bow

Wheel

Wheel

A round form attached to an axle that eases the movement or carriage of a load

Wheat

Wheat

Fields, seed, crops, grain, cereal, flour, gluten, bread

Waves

Waves

Ridges or swells of water, free movements in the air, surges of sensation, energy transfer

Water Wheel

Water Wheel

A wheel propelled by falling water to operate machinery, or a system of buckets on a wheel to raise water

Viking Helmet

Viking Helmet

Classically constructed Norse myth leading to misconception of Vikings as winged or horned helmet wearers