Origin of prow1
OTHER WORDS FROM prowprowed, adjective
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The door is decorated with bronze sculptures and topped by the iconic bronze and blue enameled Queen of Time standing as if on the prow of a ship, supporting a huge round clock that still reigns over Oxford Street.Another London must-see: Selfridges, the iconic luxury department store|Nancy Nathan|September 30, 2021|Washington Post
The engine strains, and the prow of the boat tilts back, hit by slab after slab of spray.The Whale Who Will Come Soon - Issue 105: Whale Songs|Rebecca Giggs|September 8, 2021|Nautilus
"It's not heavy and resembles the prow of a ship," Zanotti told The Daily Beast in an email.
Bent on revenge, he turned his boat's prow and swiftly sped towards the craft of the assassin.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various
There was a candle lit & was incense carried forward & thereafter was ye Holy Rood set at the prow.
The Kings war-host towards land doth lean with its prow beams.
He will be interested, too, in the long war canoe with its carved prow, one of the few now remaining in New Zealand.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.
Iprúwa pagbutang ang mga karga, Put the cargoes at the prow.A Dictionary of Cebuano Visayan|John U. Wolff