Boomkin

A boomkin, sometimes referred to as a bumkin or as a bumpkin, consists of an exceptionally strong and usually wooden spar that projects forwards and often (though not always) downwards over the main head-rail of a traditional western sailing ship, one on either side of the vessel (not to be confused with cathead). The heel of this spar is usually ...
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Boomkin

• (n.) Same as Bumkin.
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Boomkin

Boom'kin noun (Nautical) Same as Bumkin .
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boomkin

A spar projecting from the stern to which a backstay is attached.
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boomkin

A spar projecting from the stern to which is attached a backstay or sheet.
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Boomkin

Moonkin druid
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Boomkin

Short spar extending aft from the transom. Used to anchor the backstay or the sheets from the mizzen on a yawl or ketch.
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