Arrow meaning

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Something, such as a directional symbol, that is similar to an arrow in form or function.
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The definition of an arrow is a shape with a wedge at one end and a triangle at another to indicate direction.

A "Left Turn Only" sign is an example of something with an arrow on it.

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A missile having a straight thin shaft with a pointed head at one end and often flight-stabilizing vanes at the other, meant to be shot from a bow.
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To move like an arrow.
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An arrow is defined as a slender, straight weapon, generally with feathers attached to the end, that is shot from a bow.

An example of an arrow is a popular weapon used by early Native Americans for hunting.

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To shoot with an arrow.

Arrowed a deer.

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(person) 1921-2017; U.S. economist.
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A projectile consisting of a shaft, a point and a tail with stabilizing fins that is shot from a bow.
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A sign or symbol used to indicate a direction (eg.).
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(graph theory) A directed edge.
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(colloquial, darts) A dart.
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To move swiftly and directly (like an arrow)
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To let fly swiftly and directly.
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(obsolete) Contraction of ever a.
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Origin of arrow

  • Middle English arwe from Old English

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Old English earh, ārwe, from Proto-Germanic *arhwō, from Proto-Indo-European *h₂érkʷo- (“bow, arrow”).

    From Wiktionary

  • Representing pronunciation.

    From Wiktionary