Prow

a poetical alternative term for bows.
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Prow

The prow is the forward-most part of a ship`s bow that cuts through the water. The prow is the part of the bow above the waterline. The terms prow and bow are often used interchangeably to describe the most forward part of a ship and its surrounding parts. In old naval parlance, the prow was the battery of guns placed in the fore gun-deck. ...
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Prow

• (a.) Benefit; profit; good; advantage. • (superl.) Valiant; brave; gallant; courageous. • (n.) See Proa. • (n.) The fore part of a vessel; the bow; the stem; hence, the vessel itself.
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Prow

Prow adjective [ Compar. Prower ; superl. Prowest .] [ Old French prou , preu , French preux , from Latin pro , prod , in prodesse to be useful. See Pro- , and confer Prude .] Va...
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Prow

Prow noun [ French proue (cf. Spanish & Portuguese proa , Italian prua ), Latin prora , Greek ..., akin to ... before. See Pro- , and confer Prore .] The fore part of a vessel; the bow; the stem; hence, the vessel itself. Wordsworth. « The float...
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Prow

a poetical alternative term for bows.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

Prow

a poetical alternative term for bows.
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Prow

Acute-angled projection.
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Prow

Acute-angled projection.
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prow

For the lubbers that
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prow

For the lubbers that?s the pointy bit at the front of the ship.
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PROW

Prothonotary warbler.
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prow

the front part of a vessel
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Prow

The pointy end of a ship.
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