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manrope

[ man-rohp ]
/ ˈmænˌroʊp /
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noun Nautical.

a rope placed at the side of a gangway, ladder, or the like, to serve as a rail.

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Origin of manrope

First recorded in 1760–70; man + rope
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British Dictionary definitions for manrope

manrope
/ (ˈmænˌrəʊp) /

noun

nautical a rope railing
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