A kind of wreath or strap of plaited cordage.
A spar or buoy held by an anchor and furnished with a ring to which ships may fasten their cables.
A mooring post on a wharf or beach.
A mooring buoy or spar
a group of piles driven close together and placed to protect portions of a bridge exposed to possible damage by collision with river or marine traffic
A wreath of rope placed round a mast to support the pudding. A spar or buoy made fast to an anchor, supplied with a ring, to which a cable may be bent. A mooring-post, placed at the entrance of a dock, or on a quay or wharf.
A group of piles lashed or bolted together. (See piling.)
A cluster of piles driven some distance ahead of the ends of the channel span piers of an opening bridge to protect the faces of the piers against blows from passing vessels.
a cluster of piles driven into the bottom of a waterway and bound firmly together for the mooring of vessels.
cluster of pilings in water used as a fender for a dock or as a mooring or guide for boats
doll-fin i) Any of various porpoise-like sea mammals of the family Delphinidae having a slender beaklike snout, ii) a bollard, pile or buoy for mooring, iii) a structure for protecting the pier of a bridge, iv) a curved fish in heraldry, sculpture, etc.
A cluster of piles, bound firmly together and driven into the bottom of a harbor, to which boats may be secured.
a spar or buoy for mooring boats. also a cluster of closely driven piles used as a fender for a dock or as a mooring or guide for boats
A pile or cluster of secured piles to which a vessel may be moored in open water.
Vertical piling structure which provides support to and contact with each other.
A group of piles driven close together and bound with wire cables into a single structure.