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pro·a / ˈprōə/ (also pra·hu / ˈpräˌoō/ or prau / prou/ ) • n. a type of sailing boat originating in Malaysia and Indonesia that may be sailed with either end at the front, typically having a large triangular sail and an outrigger.

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