The definition of a row is a number of people or things arranged in a line.(noun)
An example of row is a line of people waiting to get into a concert.
To row is defined as to move a boat forward in the water using an oar.(verb)
An example of to row is to use a paddle to propel and steer a kayak.
See row in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME rowe < OE ræw, akin to Ger reihe < IE base *rei-, to tear, split > rive, reap
Origin: ME rowen < OE rowan, akin to ON roa < IE base *erē-, to row, oar > rudder, L remus, oar, Gr eretēs, rower
Origin: back-form. < ? rouse, with loss of s, as in pea or cherry
See row in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English
Origin: , from Old English rāw.
verb rowed, row·ing, rows verb, intransitive
Origin: Middle English rowen
Origin: , from Old English rōwan; see erə- in Indo-European roots.
Origin: Origin unknown.
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