Definition of guess–warp
1 : a line carried in a small boat from a ship to a buoy, an anchor, or the shore
2 : guest rope
3 : a line led from a ship through a fairlead on a boat boom for small boats to make fast to
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Origin and Etymology of guess–warp
Middle English gyes warp, from gyes (origin and meaning unknown) + warp
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