An implement for digging and grubbing. The head has two long steel blades, one like an adz and the other like a narrow ax or the point of a pickax.
A form of pick with broad cutting edges for digging.
Hand tool with a narrow hoeing surface at one end of the blade and a pick or cutting blade at the other end; used for digging and grubbing.
a kind of pick that is used for digging; has a flat baled set at right angles to the handle
an agricultural tool similar to a mining pick
an important gardening tool that is used to break up the soil and work around trees with deep-reaching roots
a pick-hoe using a wooden handle heavier than a bat
A tool having a blade and a pick on a long handle, used for loosening dirt, digging, and cutting roots.
(22) -- an agricultural tool used for loosening hard ground (Oxford Dict.)
A sturdy two-bladed tool with an adz blade that can be used as a hoe for digging in hard ground. The other blade may be a pick (pick mattock) for breaking or prying small rock or a cutting edge (cutter mattock) for chopping roots.
a digging tool like a wide-bladed pick-axe
A mattock is a tool a bit like a pick, but pointed at one end and chisel-shaped at the other.
A sturdy hoe or adze-like tool used to loosen dirt; a grubber or grub-hoe.
A mattock is an agricultural tool similar to a pickaxe. It is distinguished by the head terminating in a broader blade rather than a narrow spike, which makes it particularly suitable for breaking up moderately hard ground. This broad bladed end is effectively an adze that could be used as a hoe as well.