Yaw

A vessel's rotational motion about the vertical axis, causing the fore and aft ends to swing from side to side repetitively.
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yaw

The heading of a bullet, used in external ballistics that refers to how the Magnus effect causes bullets to move out of a straight line based on their spin.
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Yaw

(DOD, NATO) 1. The rotation of an aircraft, ship or missile about its vertical axis so as to cause the longitudinal axis of the aircraft, ship or missile to deviate from the flight line or heading in its horizontal plane. 2. The rotation of a camera or a photograph coordinate system about either the photograph z-axis or the exterior z-axis. 3. Ang....
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yaw

(from the article `ship`) In maneuvering, a ship experiences yaw (rotation about a vertical axis) and sway (sideways motion). More generally, motions are possible in all six ...
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yaw

(yaw) a lesion of yaws. the deviation of an object from its usual path. mother yaw the initial cutaneous lesion of yaws; called also frambesioma.
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yaw

[n] - an erratic deflection from an intended course 2. [v] - deviate erratically form a set course, as of a ship, for example 3. [v] - become deflected
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Yaw

• (v. i.) To rise in blisters, breaking in white froth, as cane juice in the clarifiers in sugar works. • (v. i. & t.) To steer wild, or out of the line of her course; to deviate from her course, as when struck by a heavy sea; -- said of a ship. • (n.) A movement of a vessel by which she temporarily alters her course; a deviation fro...
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yaw

swerve noun an erratic deflection from an intended course
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Yaw

[name] Yaw is a masculine given name originating from the Akan people and their day naming system, meaning born on a Thursday. ...
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Yaw

[rotation] A yaw rotation is a movement around the yaw axis of a rigid body that changes the direction it is pointing, to the left or right of its direction of motion. The yaw rate or yaw velocity of a car, aircraft, projectile or other rigid body is the angular velocity of this rotation, or rate of change of the heading angle when the airc...
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Yaw

Yaw intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Yawed ; present participle & verbal noun Yawing .] [ Confer Yew , intransitive verb ] To rise in blisters, breaking in white froth, as cane juice in the cl...
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Yaw

Yaw noun (Nautical) A movement of a vessel by which she temporarily alters her course; a deviation from a straight course in steering.
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YAW

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YAW

A vessel which will not hold a steady course, but swings from side to side of it, is said to yaw.
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Yaw

A vessel's motion rotating about the vertical axis, so the bow yaws from side to side.
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Yaw

A vessel's rotational motion about the vertical axis, causing the fore and aft ends to swing from side to side repetitively.
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yaw

An individual lesion of the eruption of yaws. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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yaw

Lateral rotational or oscillatory movement of a vehicle about its vertical axis. The amount of movement is measured in degrees. Compare with pitch and roll.
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YAW

Of the three axes in flight, this specifies the side-to-side movement of an aircraft on its vertical axis, as in skewing. Compare PITCH and ROLL.
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YAW

Of the three axes in flight, this specifies the side-to-side movement of an aircraft on its vertical axis, as in skewing. Compare PITCH and ROLL.
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Yaw

Of the three axes in flight, this specifies the side-to-side movement of an aircraft on its vertical
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yaw

Rotation in a horizontal plane about the normally vertical axis — turning to left or right. Generally the control surface to yaw is the rudder
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yaw

rotation of a spacecraft about its yaw axis
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Yaw

Rotation of an aircraft about its vertical axis, i.e., nose left or right
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Yaw

Rotation parallel to the ground. A wind generator Yaws to face winds coming from different directions.
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