masula
Masoola boat Ma*soo"la boat` A kind of boat used on the coast of Madras, India. The planks are sewed together with strands of coir which cross over a wadding of the same material, so that the shock on taking the beach through surf is much reduced. [Written also {masula}, {masulah}, etc.] [1913 Webster]

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