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GAcéaslaire fir4
gu céaslaire, iol céaslairí
In a sculling boat, each rower has two oars, one on each side of the boat.
Bád ina bhfuil dhá rámh ag gach rámhaí, rámh an duine ar gach aon taobh den bhád.
GAcéasla bain4
gu céasla, iol céaslaí
A kind of oar. a. An oar used to propel a boat by working it from side to side over the stern of the boat, reversing the blade at each turn b. An oar, shorter and lighter than a ‘rowing’ oar, so that a pair can be operated at once by one person, who sits midway between the sides of the boat.
Rámh ar leith; a. rámh a oibrítear ó thaobh go taobh as cúl báid leis an mbád a thiomáint chun tosaigh, agus an bhos á casadh ar mhalairt treo gach re seal b. rámh atá níos giorra agus níos eadroime ná gnáthmhaide rámha ionas go dtig le rámhaí amháin péire díobh a oibriú agus é ina shuí sa lár.
ENspan s
(of riggers)
GAréise bain4
gu réise, iol réisí
In sculling span is a very critical measurement. It tells the distance between the port and starboard pins. This is an important dimension of determining the leverage of the boat (how heavy or light it will feel)
Leithead báid ó na dollaí ar chlé go dtí na dollaí ar dheis.