hounds
noun plural Etymology: Middle English houne, from Old Norse hūnn knob at the top of a masthead Date: 15th century the framing at the masthead of a ship that supports the heel of the topmast and the upper parts of the lower rigging

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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