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noun 
  1. (nautical) a raft consisting of two or more logs tied together
  2. (nautical) a raft used on the St Lawrence River by lashing two ships together
  3. (nautical) a small rectangular raft used in dockyards to protect the hulls of large ships
  4. (nautical) a twin-hulled sailing yacht, especially one used for racing; the hulls being connected by a deck carrying the mast, rigging, cockpit and cabin
Translations: 
  • German: Katamaran
  • Italian: catamarano
  • Spanish: catamarí¡n
Etymology: From Tamil àààà (katta), to tie + àààà (maram), wood.


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