Arrow

[ ar-oh ]
/ ˈær oʊ /

noun

Kenneth Joseph,born 1921, U.S. economist: Nobel Prize 1972.
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British Dictionary definitions for kenneth arrow

arrow

/ (ˈærəʊ) /

noun

a long slender pointed weapon, usually having feathers fastened at the end as a balance, that is shot from a bowRelated adjective: sagittal
any of various things that resemble an arrow in shape, function, or speed, such as a sign indicating direction or position
See also arrows

Word Origin for arrow

Old English arwe; related to Old Norse ör, Gothic arhvazna, Latin arcus bow, arch 1
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