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skeg / skeg/ (also skag ) • n. a tapering or projecting stern section of a vessel's keel, which protects the propeller and supports the rudder. ∎  a fin underneath the rear of a surfboard.

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skegbeg, cleg, egg, Eigg, Greg, keg, leg, Meg, peg, skeg, teg, yegg •filibeg • blackleg • peg-leg • dogleg •foreleg • Oleg • bootleg • nutmeg •Winnipeg • clothes peg • thalweg

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