Orlop

The orlop is the lowest deck in a ship (except for very old ships). It is the deck or part of a deck where the cables are stowed, usually below the water line. It has been suggested the name originates from `overlooping` of the cables. It has also been suggested that the name is a corruption of `overlap`, referring to an overlapping, balcony-l...
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Orlop

• (n.) The lowest deck of a vessel, esp. of a ship of war, consisting of a platform laid over the beams in the hold, on which the cables are coiled.
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Orlop

Or'lop noun [ Dutch overloop the upper deck, lit., a running over or overflowing, from overloopen to run over. See Over , and Leap , and confer Overloop .] (Nautical) The lowest deck of a vessel, esp. of a ship of war, consisting of a platform laid over the be...
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orlop

lowest deck in a ship having four or more decks
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orlop

lowest deck in a ship having four or more decks
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