galleass


gal·le·ass

noun \ˈga-lē-əs\

Definition of GALLEASS

:  a large fast galley used especially as a warship by Mediterranean countries in the 16th and 17th centuries and having both sails and oars but usually propelled chiefly by rowing

Origin of GALLEASS

Middle French galeasse, from Old French galie galley
First Known Use: 1544

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