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coam·ing / ˈkōming/ (also coam·ings) • n. a raised border around a ship’s hatch serving to support the hatch covers and to keep out water. ∎  a similar structure around the cockpit of a boat.

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coaming (naut.) raised edges of hatches, etc. XVII. of unkn. orig.

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