Yardarm

• (n.) Either half of a square-rigged vessel`s yard, from the center or mast to the end.
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yardarm

noun either end of the yard of a square-rigged ship
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Yardarm

Yard'arm` noun (Nautical) Either half of a square-rigged vessel's yard, from the center or mast to the end. » Ships are said to be yardarm and yardarm when so near as to touch, or interlock yards.
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yardarm

either end of the yard of a square-rigged ship
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yardarm

either end of the yard of a square-rigged ship
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Yardarm

Outer end of a yard beyond the shoulder or fitting for the lifts.
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Yardarm

That part of yard that lies between the lift and the outboard end of the yard.
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yardarm

The horizontal booms which hold the square sails out crosswise from the foremast
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yardarm

The main arm across the mast which holds up the sail; Either end of a yard of a square sail. The yardarm is a vulnerable target in combat, and is also a favorite place from which to hang prisoners or enemies. Black Bart hung his governor of Martinique from his yardarm.
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yardarm

[n] - either end of the yard of a square-rigged ship
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