A weapon made of a strip of wood, or other elastic material, with a cord connecting the two ends, by means of which an arrow is propelled.
An appliance consisting of an elastic rod, with a number of horse hairs stretched from end to end of it, used in playing on a stringed instrument.
Two pieces of wood which form the arched forward part of a saddletree.
The front portion of a vessel.
The front of a canoe or kayak.
The foward section of a ship.
A wooden rod with horsehairs stretched from end to end used in playing an instrument of the viol or violin family
the front part of the vessel.
The forward section of a boat.
The forward part of the vessel.
the foremost end or part of a ship, the opposite of stern.
If a plank or strip has curvature from end to end flat-wise it is bowed.
The front of a vessel. (MARAD2)
The front of the shell. Also the name for the rower in the seat in the very front of the shell.
The pointy end of the boat.
Also bows. The forward end of any vessel. The word may come from the Old Icelandic bogr, meaning "shoulder"
deviation from a flat plane of the wide face, end-to-end. Caused by a change in moisture content after sawing and by fibers not being parallel to the surfaces. Has no effect on strength.
Front of a boat. See Galloway Position.
End of the boat closest to the direction of travel. See diagram. Also can be used to refer to one-seat, or in conjunction with either four or pair. Bow-four refers to seats four through one. Bow-pair refers to seats two and one.
The forward most part of a canoe.
The front of the submarine.
The front end of a canoe.
an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience
Front section of the ship.
Forward end of a ship.
the forward end of the vessel
The front end of the kayak.
forward section of a vessel.
The rower in the front (i.e. the direction the boat is moving while rowing) of a multi-person shell. In coxless boats, oftenthe person who keeps an eye on the water behind him to avoid accidents.
The forward end of a canoe or kayak.
the forward part of the ship.
Front of the canoe or kayak.
Nautical term describing the front end of a ship.
Forward most point of a ship.
The forward part of a boat.
The forward part of the canoe.
The forward end of the ship.
The front of the boat
the bow of the vessel is the forward end of the craft.
The forward most part of a ship.
the rower or sculler in the seat nearest the bow
fore-end of ship or boat
front end of a boat or ship
The front portion of a ship
The front of a vessel. Also see "stern."
Forward end of a boat.
The front or extreme forward end of the canoe.
Forward portion of a boat.
Front or most forward part of the ship
Front, or forward portion of the ship.
frontâ€ of the boat in relation to the direction of movement
rhymes with cow, the front of the canoe. Bow person does all the paddling. Need to turn around and check every once in a while to make sure the stern (back seat) is paddling. The woman usually gets the bow.
the front portion of the vessel.
The area at the front of a vessel.
The end of the shell to the rowers back while sitting in the boat. The first part of the boat to cross the finish line.
These are metal, or sometimes wooden bars that mount from right to left and fasten to the side rails on a convertible top folding frame. There are usually three or four of them. The bow that fastens the frame to the windshield is refered to as the Number one bow, Header bow, Windshield bow or Front bow. The bow found immeadiatly above the rear window is called the rear bow. Bows in between are numbered 2,3,4 etc., front to rear. The combination of bows and siderails make up your folding frame.
The very front end of the canoe.
The Front of a boat.
the shape built into a luge sled's Kufen, or runner, and steel runner. The slight, circular shape allows the sled to steer. When pressure is placed on the front or back of the sled, the point where the steel touches the ice rolls forward or backward
front of boat or board.
This is what you do in front of your banker when you are asking for more money to spend on your boat. As your boat will surely cost much more than what you initially asked for, it is imperative that you learn how to do this quickly.
Forward section of shell.
The forward section of the boat; the end that crosses the finish line first. Also the Seat 1 rower, who occupies the seat closest to the bow.
the front of the ship.
The foward part of the boat
The forward part of a vessel.
Fore end of a boat.
The front part of a ship.
the front of the shell, OR the person who sits nearest the bow of the shell.
Forward or front part of ship. Blast The sound of the ship's whistle
The "nose" of the ship.
The front end of a vessel.
The front section of a vessel.
Forward part of the boat
The front, or "pointy end" of the vessel.
The forward end of the boat.
1). The part of the boat that no one should have to work on. 2). Temporary section of an offshore Catamaran. 3). A physical act performed to acknowledge those who are applauding your fine sailing skills.
The bow is the front of a ship.