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gar·board / ˈgärˌbôrd/ (also garboard strake) • n. the first range of planks or plates laid on a ship's bottom next to the keel.

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garboard

garboard first range of planks or plates laid on the keel. XVII. — Du. †gaarboord, perh. f. garen, contr. form of gaderen GATHER + boord BOARD.

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