halyard

Halyard vs Clewline - What's the difference?

halyard | clewline |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between halyard and clewline

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while clewline is (nautical) outermost of the ropes with which a square sail is rolled up to the yard.

As nouns the difference between halyard and clewline

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while clewline is (nautical) outermost of the ropes with which a square sail is rolled up to the yard.

Halyard vs Line - What's the difference?

halyard | line |


As nouns the difference between halyard and line

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while line is line.

Halyard vs Shroud - What's the difference?

halyard | shroud |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between halyard and shroud

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while shroud is (nautical) a rope or cable serving to support the mast sideways.

As nouns the difference between halyard and shroud

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while shroud is that which clothes, covers, conceals, or protects; a garment.

As a verb shroud is

to cover with a shroud.

Halyard vs Mast - What's the difference?

halyard | mast |


As a noun halyard

is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As a pronoun mast is

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Halyard vs Sheet - What's the difference?

halyard | sheet |


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between halyard and sheet

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while sheet is (nautical) to trim a sail using a sheet.

As nouns the difference between halyard and sheet

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while sheet is a thin bed cloth used as a covering for a mattress or as a layer over the sleeper.

As a verb sheet is

to cover or wrap with cloth, or paper, or other similar material.

Halyard - What does it mean?

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Halyard vs Mainbrace - What's the difference?

halyard | mainbrace | see also |

Halyard is a see also of mainbrace.


In nautical|lang=en terms the difference between halyard and mainbrace

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while mainbrace is (nautical) the rope used as support for the masts, running from the bow to the top of the mast and back to the deck.

As nouns the difference between halyard and mainbrace

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while mainbrace is (nautical) the rope used as support for the masts, running from the bow to the top of the mast and back to the deck.

Halyard vs Mastman - What's the difference?

halyard | mastman |


As nouns the difference between halyard and mastman

is that halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard while mastman is (nautical|sailing) a sailor who is charged with tending the halyards and other lines near the mast.

Yard vs Halyard - What's the difference?

yard | halyard |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between yard and halyard

is that yard is (nautical) any spar carried aloft () while halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As nouns the difference between yard and halyard

is that yard is a small, usually uncultivated area adjoining or (now especially) within the precincts of a house or other building () or yard can be (nautical) a long tapered timber hung on a mast to which is a sail, and may be further qualified as a square, lateen, or lug yard the first is hung at right angles to the mast, the latter two hang obliquely or yard can be (finance) 109, a thousand millions or milliard while halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As a verb yard

is to confine to a yard.

Spar vs Halyard - What's the difference?

spar | halyard |


In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between spar and halyard

is that spar is (nautical) a general term denoting any linear object used as a mast, sprit, yard, boom, pole or gaff while halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As nouns the difference between spar and halyard

is that spar is a rafter of a roof or spar can be (mineralogy) any of various microcrystalline minerals, of light, translucent, or transparent blee, which are easily cleft while halyard is (nautical) a rope used to raise or lower a sail, flag, spar or yard.

As a verb spar

is (obsolete|or|dialectal) to bolt, bar or spar can be to fight, especially as practice for martial arts or hand-to-hand combat.

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