[gest-rohp] /ˈgɛstˌroʊp/

noun, Nautical.
a rope suspended from the side of a vessel or a boom as an object to which other vessels can moor, or to afford a hold for persons in such vessels.
a line sent out from a vessel to a fixed object or a buoy or anchor to help the vessel in warping.
a line, in addition to the towrope, to steady a boat in tow.

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