Rowlock

Row'lock noun [ For oarlock ; Anglo-Saxon » rloc , where the second part is skin to German loch a hole, English lock a fastening. See Oar , and Lock .] (Nautical) A contrivance or arrangement serving as a fulcrum for an oar in rowing. It consists...
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rowlock

A contrivance or arrangement serving as a fulcrum for an oar in rowing. It consists sometimes of a notch in the gunwale of a boat, sometimes of a pair of pins between which the oar rests on the edge of the gunwale, sometimes of a single pin passing through the oar, or of a metal fork or stirrup pivoted in the gunwale and suporting the oar. ... Orig...
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Rowlock

• (n.) A contrivance or arrangement serving as a fulcrum for an oar in rowing. It consists sometimes of a notch in the gunwale of a boat, sometimes of a pair of pins between which the oar rests on the edge of the gunwale, sometimes of a single pin passing through the oar, or of a metal fork or stirrup pivoted in the gunwale and suporting the o...
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rowlock

A pivoting device for holding an oar in place when rowing.
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Rowlock

A rowlock k or oarlock (US) is a brace that attaches an oar to a boat. When a boat is rowed, the rowlock acts as a fulcrum, and, in doing so, the propulsive force that the rower exerts on the water with the oar is transferred to the boat by the thrust force exerted on the rowlock. On ordinary rowing craft, the rowlocks are attached to the gunwales...
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rowlock

contrivance serving as a fulcrum for an oar
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ROWLOCK

See OAR LOCKS and THOLE.
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ROWLOCK

A brick laid on its face edge so that the normal bedding area is visible in the wall face. Frequently spelled rolok.
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Rowlock

A brick on edge showing it's end on the face of the wall. Also called a Rollock;
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Rowlock

A brick laid on its face with the end surface visible in the wall face. Frequently spelled rolock.
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Rowlock

U-shaped cutout in a boat's gunwale acting as a fulcrum for the oars. Thole pins, two wooden or metal pins in the gunwale, often replaced the rowlock. The modern U-shaped metal swivel is called a crutch, oarlock, or rowlock.
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rowlock

contrivance serving as a fulcrum for an oar
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