a light boat carried at the stern of a sailing vessel.
a small pleasure sailboat for use in sheltered waters.
a small boat used as a utility tender for a vessel
a small sailing boat used for pleasure
1727, of unknown origin, probably from Danish jolle (17c.) or Dutch jol (1680s), both related to yawl; or it may be from Middle English jolywat (late 15c.) “a ship’s small boat,” of unknown origin.
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[roj-er] /ˈrɒdʒ ər/ noun 1. a flag flown by pirates, having the device of a white skull and crossbones on a black field. noun 1. the traditional pirate flag, consisting of a white skull and crossbones on a black field A black flag with a white skull and crossbones, flown in past centuries by pirate […]
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[johlt] /dʒoʊlt/ verb (used with object) 1. to jar, shake, or cause to move by or as if by a sudden rough thrust; shake up roughly: The bus jolted its passengers as it went down the rocky road. 2. to knock sharply so as to dislodge: He jolted the nail free with a stone. 3. […]