noun shal·lop \ˈsha-ləp\

Definition of SHALLOP

:  a usually 2-masted ship with lugsails
:  a small open boat propelled by oars or sails and used chiefly in shallow waters

Origin of SHALLOP

Middle French chaloupe
First Known Use: circa 1578

Rhymes with SHALLOP


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