alow

1
[ uh-loh ]
/ əˈloʊ /

adverb Nautical.

below decks.
(on a square-rigged sailing ship) in the lower rigging, specifically, below the lower yards (opposed to aloft).

Origin of alow

1
1350–1400; earlier, downward, lower down, Middle English aloue; see a-1, low1

Definition for alow (2 of 2)

alow2

or a·lowe

[ uh-loh ]
/ əˈloʊ /

adjective, adverb Northern British Dialect.

ablaze; aflame.

Origin of alow

2
1150–1200; Middle English o loghe, a lowe; see a-1, low3
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alow
/ (əˈləʊ) /

adverb, adjective

(postpositive) nautical in or into the lower rigging of a vessel, near the deck
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