foremast

[n] - the mast nearest the bow in vessels with two or more masts
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Foremast

Fore'mast` noun (Nautical) The mast nearest the bow. Foremast hand or man (Nautical) , a common sailor; also, a man stationed to attend to the gear of the foremast.
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foremast

noun the mast nearest the bow in vessels with two or more masts
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Foremast

• (n.) The mast nearest the bow.
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foremast

(from the article `sail`) ...gear. The nearest mast is often the primary reference point; therefore, the names of the masts and their location are important. Starting at the ... By 1200 the standard sailing ship in the Mediterranean was two-masted, with the foremast larger and hung with a sail new to ordinary navigation at ... [2 rel...
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Foremast

the forward mast of a boat with more that one mast
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Foremast

vertical spar most forward
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FOREMAST

The foremost mast of the ship.
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foremast

mast nearest the bow of a ship
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foremast

mast nearest the bow of a ship
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