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ar·row / ˈarō/ • n. a shaft sharpened at the front and with feathers or vanes at the back, shot from a bow as a weapon or for sport. ∎  a mark or sign resembling an arrow, used to show direction or position; a pointer: we drove in the main gate and followed a series of arrows.

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arrow Late OE. ar(e)we — ON. *arw-, nom. ǫr (g. sg., pl. ǫrvar), rel. to Goth. arhwazna arrow, — Gmc. base *arχw- :- IE. *arkw-, whence also L. arcus bow, ARC.

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