kelson

[kel-suhn]
noun Nautical.
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keelson or kelson (ˈkɛlsən, ˈkiːl-)
 
n
a longitudinal beam fastened to the keel of a vessel for strength and stiffness
 
[C17: probably from Low German kielswin, keel swine, ultimately of Scandinavian origin]
 
kelson or kelson
 
n
 
[C17: probably from Low German kielswin, keel swine, ultimately of Scandinavian origin]

kelson (ˈkɛlsən)
 
n
a variant of keelson

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Kelson asked if there was a cause for concern from the roosters and chickens.
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