A packsack that hangs on either side of a packsaddle.(noun)
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Use "kyack" in a sentence
"Captain Steward sent back a message that he had to stay where he was because "his kyack was bigger than their kyacks.""
"The contents of the kyack meant _life_ to herself and to Ben, -- deliverance and safety when all seemed lost."
"In the kyack of venison lay her own and her lover's safety: it contained enough nutritious food to sustain them until the fall rains could swell the Yuga and enable them to escape down to the Indian encampment."