noun (plural arrows)
Etymology: Middle English arwe, from Old English earh, Ärwe, from common Germanic
- A projectile consisting of a shaft, a point and a tail with stabilizing fins that is shot from a bow.
- A sign or symbol used to indicate a direction (eg. <math>\to</math>).
- (graphtheory) A directed edge.
- arhwÅ, from Proto-Indo-European
- arku-, "bow and/or arrow". Near cognates include Gothic (arazna) and Old Norse r; further cognates include Latin arcus, bow
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