EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MENHIR
Two steps took me to the menhir, and I drew my seax that I might do as he asked me.
And I saw that in a flash, even as he reeled back from the menhir and staggered.
She feared the menhir no longer: its power over her was gone.
The largest known is the Menhir of Locmariaquer in Morbihan, now fallen and broken.
Thus it is believed in many localities that a "menhir" in the neighbourhood turns on its axis at midnight.
The menhir is known as the Old Man, probably from houl mæn, a sun stone.
They it was who, ages ago, raised the huge stones of the menhir and dolmen, and hid beneath them untold hoards of treasure.
On Peter Tavy Moor is a fine circle of upright stones, and a menhir.
Near this is the Whitmoor Stone, a menhir, spared as it constitutes a parish boundary.
In the centre of this stands a granite pillar (Menhir) six or seven feet high.