1) A two wheeled cart with a single ammunition chest on top. Usually either a cannon or a caisson was attached to the rear of the limber for transport. 2) The act of attaching a cannon to a limber for transport. See also: Unlimber.
A frontward or backward gymnastics flexibility skill that is similar to a walkover except the legs remain together at all times. The skill begins on the feet, passes through a handstand and finishes on the feet again in a stand. A front limber requires more shoulder and lower back flexibility than a walkover.