A general term any round piece of timber used as a mast, yard, boom, or gaff.
Formerly, a piece of timber, in a general sense; -- still applied locally to rafters.
Any pole used in rigging sails on a boat or ship. A lug-rigged sailing dinghy has three spars: the mast, yard, and boom.
a general term for any wooden support used in the rigging of a ship - includes all masts, yards, booms, gaffs etc.
A mast, boom, or pole
The wooden pole used to shove cars into the clear when switching. (See stake).
A general term for a round piece of timber, very long in proportion to its diameter, used for masts, yards, booms, gaffs, bowsprits, and so on.
A general term for any iron or wood pole or rod. Spars include yards, booms, masts, bowsprits, etc.
A tree, wood mast, or metal tower used to support rigging for one of the many cable yarding systems. In the U.S. today, most commonly a mobile, portable tower is the rule.See Tower.
A pole, tower or tree used in cable logging to raise the mainline off the ground.
a stout wooden pole used for the mast or yard of a sailing vessel.
The general term given to all of the poles used for masts, yards, etc.
a stout rounded pole of wood or metal used to support rigging
a round timber or metal pole used on a sailing ship
Generic term for any part of the rigging which resembles a pole. The masts, booms, derrick, etc. are all spars.
Any pole in the rigging of a boat. A lug- rigged sailing dinghy has three: the mast, yard, and boom.
Any support for sails or rigging - a mast, yard, boom, or gaff.
A stout pole forming a ships mast, yard, gaff, boom, etc.
long round piece of timber; general term for boom, mast, yard, etc.
a long, wooden pole.
In general, any mast, yard, pole or boom.
A general name for all masts, booms, gaffs, and bowsprits.
A wooden pole used to support various pieces of rigging and sails.
A collective term referring to a boat's mast, boom and spinnaker pole, usually of an aluminium and/or carbon-fibre composition.
General term for a boom, mast, yard, stout pole, etc., on board a vessel.
Masts, booms, gaffs and poles used in sailboat rigging.
Any part of a sailboat which gives the sail its shape (namely the mast and boom).
A wooden or metal pole used to support a sail, such as a mast or boom.
A stout, rounded piece of steel or wood used to support rigging.
1 Horizontal or vertical poles attached to the vessel for either support of the sails or accessories etc. (see mast).
A pole used as part of the sailboat rigging, such as masts and booms.
A pole used to support sails. Includes yards and booms.
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In sailing, a spar is a round pole of wood or metal, used on a sailing ship. In modern usage it almost always refers to the mast, but historically the term was also used for booms, gaffs, yards, etc.